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Which Form Embed Code Should I Use?Last Update: March 2, 2017
JotForm’s Publish wizard has many options. Which one is best for you? This simple guide will help you find the right solution for your needs.
To access the publish wizard:
Navigate or click the "Publish" tab.
Click the "Publish" button.
1. Do you use one of the following platforms?
iWeb, Dreamweaver, Wordpress, Facebook, FrontPage, Blogger, Tumblr, TypePad, LiveJournal, Expression Web Page, Google Sites, Xara, Yola, Webs.com, Memberkit, Drupal or Joomla.
If you use one of these hosts or editors, you should use the specific code provided for that platform. These are the tried and well-tested methods for those formats.
2. Otherwise, you should use the “Embed” option.
3. Unless you would like to customize the form further on your own site!
If you need to edit the form code to fit your specific requirements, then you should use the full form source code. To learn more about the form's full source code, you can check this link.
4. If none of the other options work properly use the IFrame Code.
If you copy the iFrame code correctly, almost nothing can break the form on your page! Since the form is displayed inside an iFrame, it will not conflict with anything on your page.
Any questions, comments, or concerns? Let us know in the comment field below!