How to add a web form to your Strikingly webpage?

How to add a web form to your Strikingly webpage?

If you are using the 123FormBuilder online form builder and haven’t found out how to add a web form to your Strikingly webpage, have no fear. It’s more simple than you think. Head over to the Get Code & PublishEmbed Code section of your web form in 123FormBuilder. Here, you have three embed options to choose from: JavaScript, Iframe and Inline HTML. We recommend that you copy the JavaScript code and use it in the HTML widget of your Strikingly page. This way, whenever you edit your web form in 123FormBuilder, the changes will automatically apply on your Strikingly webpage. Talk about saving the time and energy, right?

To add a web form of your 123FormBuilder account to a Strikingly webpage, follow the steps below:

1. Log into your 123FormBuilder account, go to the Get Code & PublishEmbed Code section of your web form and copy the JavaScript code located on top.

add a web form to your Strikingly webpage

2. In your Strikingly account, access the editor of the webpage where you want to add your web form. In the Editor Panel, click on Add New Section and select the App Store & HTML section.

add a web form to your Strikingly webpage

3. Once the section has been added to your page, click on Edit and select the HTML app from Strikingly (in the All Apps or Pro tab).

add a web form to your Strikingly webpage

4. Finally, paste the JavaScript code of your web form in the Custom HTML Code box and hit Save.

add a web form to your Strikingly webpage

You’ll notice that the web form is displayed on your web page, although its canvas might not expand to its original size, but that does not mean the same will appear for your page visitors. Hit Preview in the Editor Panel and you’ll see the web form is smoothly displayed, as in the example below.

add a web form to your Strikingly webpage

From now on, your page visitors can submit the web form directly from your Strikingly webpage. Don’t forget to save changes to your webpage before leaving, of course. All form data will be sent to your 123FormBuilder account, in the Submissions section of your web form.

Olivian Stoica
Olivian Stoica
Oli's enthusiasm for helping our fellow users led him to write thorough know-how articles and tutorials that would make form building a bliss on 123FormBuilder.

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