How do i add a web form - Post ID 281269

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I have the webform builder and have designed aform but how do i insert this into my page on VSD

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Start here:

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Hi pjwallis. You can do this with an iframe. Read here how to do this: … ame-sites/

Success, John
John van Hulst
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Hi PJ,

Follow these steps to add a Flash object created in one of our Flash programs (Web Form Builder, Photo Gallery, Web JukeBox, etc.) to a Visual Site Designer page. You will need to have both applications open.

1. Create and save the Flash object within its application.
2. Switch to Visual Site Designer.
3. Open the page where you want the Flash object to display.
4. Click the Add Flash tool in the left toolbar and click the location on your page where you want the Flash object to appear.
5. Click Browse to search for the XML file for the Flash object.
6. Click Open.

You can now click the Preview button in the top toolbar to check out how your Flash object looks on your page.

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I'm wanting to add a webform to a module in a drag and drop wordpress template. Generally this would require a shortcode. Is there some way to create a shortcode for webfrom builder forms? Or, is it possible to get the html file for the form I've created from somewhere within the builder?

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Hi Anna,
You can do a manual export to get all the needed html.
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