Web Form Builder 2.5: Can I copy the...

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I was just convinced to use a contact form, instead of Email link on my RSD 2.5 site.

I created a nice form - just what I need. But what I want to do is copy the code and put in on my Contact Us page.

It doesn't appear to be able to do that, and just wants to publish the form to my ISP's server.

I was just able to export it to a directory of its own, but see no code that I can place on a Contact Us page.

Then after, a window appeared saying to copy this code to where I wanted it on a page. But with RSD 2.5, I don't think I can do that?

<script type="text/javascript">document.write(unescape("%3Ciframe id=\"fb_iframe\" src=\"Denver%2520Process%2520Servers%2520LLC%2520CONTACT%2520US%2520form.php" + window.location.search + "\" width=\"100%\" height=\"914\"allowtransparency=\"true\" scrolling=\"no\" frameborder=\"0\"%3E&lt;a href=\"Denver%2520Process%2520Servers%2520LLC%2520CONTACT%2520US%2520form.php\" title=\"Denver%2520Process%2520Servers%2520LLC%2520CONTACT%2520US%2520form\"&gt;Check out my CoffeeCup Form&lt;/a&gt;%3C/iframe%3E"));</script>
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Melissa Rhiannon wrote:
I was just convinced to use a contact form, instead of Email link on my RSD 2.5 site.

I created a nice form - just what I need. But what I want to do is copy the code and put in on my Contact Us page.

It doesn't appear to be able to do that, and just wants to publish the form to my ISP's server.

I was just able to export it to a directory of its own, but see no code that I can place on a Contact Us page.

Then after, a window appeared saying to copy this code to where I wanted it on a page. But with RSD 2.5, I don't think I can do that?

<script type="text/javascript">document.write(unescape("%3Ciframe id=\"fb_iframe\" src=\"Denver%2520Process%2520Servers%2520LLC%2520CONTACT%2520US%2520form.php" + window.location.search + "\" width=\"100%\" height=\"914\"allowtransparency=\"true\" scrolling=\"no\" frameborder=\"0\"%3E&lt;a href=\"Denver%2520Process%2520Servers%2520LLC%2520CONTACT%2520US%2520form.php\" title=\"Denver%2520Process%2520Servers%2520LLC%2520CONTACT%2520US%2520form\"&gt;Check out my CoffeeCup Form&lt;/a&gt;%3C/iframe%3E"));</script>
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you put it into an HTML element on the contact us page wherever you want the form to appear
then you add the other stuff into your header & footer as the dialogue says
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Wayan Jaya wrote:
Melissa Rhiannon wrote:
I was just convinced to use a contact form, instead of Email link on my RSD 2.5 site.

I created a nice form - just what I need. But what I want to do is copy the code and put in on my Contact Us page.

It doesn't appear to be able to do that, and just wants to publish the form to my ISP's server.

I was just able to export it to a directory of its own, but see no code that I can place on a Contact Us page.

Then after, a window appeared saying to copy this code to where I wanted it on a page. But with RSD 2.5, I don't think I can do that?

<script type="text/javascript">document.write(unescape("%3Ciframe id=\"fb_iframe\" src=\"Denver%2520Process%2520Servers%2520LLC%2520CONTACT%2520US%2520form.php" + window.location.search + "\" width=\"100%\" height=\"914\"allowtransparency=\"true\" scrolling=\"no\" frameborder=\"0\"%3E&lt;a href=\"Denver%2520Process%2520Servers%2520LLC%2520CONTACT%2520US%2520form.php\" title=\"Denver%2520Process%2520Servers%2520LLC%2520CONTACT%2520US%2520form\"&gt;Check out my CoffeeCup Form&lt;/a&gt;%3C/iframe%3E"));</script>
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you put it into an HTML element on the contact us page wherever you want the form to appear
then you add the other stuff into your header & footer as the dialogue says


and by the way, if you use a form of any description, then you definitely need a privacy policy with the cookies thingy also for your potential clients, whether they read it or not is irrelevant
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