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, click the Publish tab at the top of the Form Builder.
Platforms: 3rd Party Publish Options
Do you use one of the following platforms?
- Adobe Muse
- Google Sites
- Tiger Commerce
- Web Page Maker
- Yahoo! SiteBuilder
If you use one of these platforms, you should use the specific code provided for each of them. These are the tried and well-tested methods for those formats.
Embed: Various Webpage Embed Options
On the Embed tab, you can see the available embed codes that you can use.
Use your inner coding skills and get the form’s full source code.
If you need to edit the form code to fit specific requirements, you should use the full source code. To learn more about the form’s full source code, you can check this guide: How to get the Full Source Code of your Form.
The full proof iFrame embed method.
If none of the other options work properly use the iFrame embed code: How to Get 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.
The WordPress option is for managed WordPress.com websites. You don’t need to install any plugin on your WordPress.com website for this option. Copy/paste the given code to your WordPress Shortcode or Custom HTML block.
Please visit the following guide for more details: How to Embed a Form to WordPress.com.
If you want a floating button on your website, use the Feedback Button. To display the feedback button on all website pages without embedding the code on each page, you must embed the codes into your site’s header file.
Please see the following user guide if you want to know more: Creating a Feedback Button.
You can embed the form as a popup and open it on a new native browser window. The code has a snippet that prevents your browser’s toolbar from displaying.
Please visit the following user guide to learn more: Creating a Feedback Button.
A lightbox is a modal window that pops up when visitors click on a link or button. You can configure the lightbox to autoload or open it based on your browser cookie.
To learn more, please visit the following user guide: How to Create a Lightbox Form.
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