This guide highlights all the embedding options available in Jotform. You can find them by going to the Publish tab of the Form Builder.
Platforms: 3rd Party Publish Options
The Platforms tab contains the tried and true embed codes for some of the most common CMS and publishing platforms.
To get the embed code for your platform:
- Go to the Publish tab in the Form Builder.
- Choose Platform on the left.
- Search and select your platform.
- Copy the code provided.
Here’s the list of supported platforms:
- Adobe Muse
- Google Sites
- Tiger Commerce
- Web Page Maker
- Yahoo! SiteBuilder
Embed: Various Webpage Embed Options
Use the full source code embed method if you need to edit the form’s code to fit specific requirements.
One thing to consider when using the full source code method is that you have to manually update the embed code on your site every time you make a change to your form in the Form Builder. For more information, see How to Get the Full Source Code of Your Form.
Use the iframe embed method if none of the other options work properly.
The iframe embed method is designed to work on any web page. Since the form is displayed inside an iframe, it’s less likely to cause conflict with anything on your website. For more information, see Getting the Form Iframe Code.
The WordPress option is for managed WordPress.com websites.
You don’t need to install any plugin for this option. Simply copy and paste the provided code into a Shortcode or Custom HTML block to embed the form. For more information, see How to Embed a Form to WordPress.com.
The Feedback Button embed method creates a floating button on your website which displays your form in a modal window when you turn it on.
You can insert the embed code into your site’s header file to display the feedback button on your site’s pages. For more information, see Creating a Feedback Button.
The pop-up method allows you to display a link, anywhere on your website, which opens your form in a new pop-up window when clicked on.
For more information, see Creating a Feedback Button.
The lightbox method allows you to display a button, anywhere on your website, which opens your form in a modal window when clicked on.
You can change the lightbox to automatically display the form when the page loads. For more information, see How to Create a Lightbox Form.
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