WebHooks Integration

WebHook will send all submitted form data to a custom script located on your server. Paste the URL where your script is located and manage user input in any way you wish.

With the Customize option you can associate your 123FormBuilder fields with the variables from your script.

Webhooks customize

With this integration, mapping variables from your script with form fields becomes easier and more accessible for any user. Here is an example of how to customize your script.


  • Whenever you add the URL of your script in the WebHook application box, our system creates an HTTP HEAD request to validate it. Make sure that you support these type of requests before integrating your form with a webhook.
  • Add the URL where your script is located on your server in the Script URL box of the application box.


  1. Tariq Isaacs says:


    I would like to get some knowledge on how to send information from a submitted form to a MYSQL database using WebHooks.

    Is this possible? if so, can anyone provide the steps on setting this up.


    • vlad says:

      Hello Tariq,

      Sure. You will need to create a script that behaves the way you need it and then upload it on a server.

      The link generated needs to be added in your Webhooks integration. There will be a box called Script URL where you can paste the link.

      Also, you will be able to map the fields from your 123 form with the ones from your script.

      For further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us at support@123formbuilder.com, or, through our contact form.


  2. Alberto Rezar Tayco says:


    It is possible that I can pull all the products from the Wix Store and put it on the dropdown list of the form? I am planning to create a customize order form for my other group user and apply some discounts and push them to the cart. Thank you so much.

    • vlad says:


      Thank you for contacting us about this.

      Yes, you can copy the respective products within a Dropdown field on your form. The payments for the form can be set up in the Payments section.

      Please contact us at support@123formbuilder.com so we can provide you with more information about your scenario.


  3. jennie says:

    Am installing the Webhook, and have run into a problem, and have one question.

    Question first: from your sample code, thought I had it, but need to clarify. This is needed in the code, as the webhook automates this?

    // Now lets send an email
    $from=”From: support@123formbuilder.comrnReturn-path: support@123formbuilder.com“;
    mail(“support@123formbuilder.com”, ‘WebHooks Example’, $emailtxt, $from);

    Problem: I have added the sample code to a page, saved and uploaded it, but the webhook cannot access/find it. I’m looking for reasons why.

    Any help will be most appreciated.


    • Hi Jennie!

      No, that is a sample code we provided as an example. By using the Customize lightbox of the WebHook application, you can map form fields with the ones from your script. This means the input data of those fields will be passed on submission to the parameters of your script. We only offer the bridge between your form submissions and your script.

      For further assistance, don’t hesitate to contact our Support Team at support@123formbuilder.com or via our contact form.


  4. Scott-Leonard Landers says:

    The webhook I want to link to will only link if I can provide the referrer website. I’ve tried entering my site, my custom alias, i’ve also tried 123formbuilder.com… is there another referrer it might use for a webhook?


  5. manzoor hussain says:

    Respected sir,
    i have created simple form with two fields id and name. how to fetch fields data in my website . Please give me a php piece of code to get these fields data.

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