Embedding a secure web form into your website
Please note: Forms containing an e-signature field can not be embedded into websites. These forms need to be sent to individual recipients through the Compose screen in our webmail interface.
Using our form builder, you can now embed a secure web form directly into a page on your website. This way, visitors to your website can fill out your contact form, intake form, or any other secure form you create, without ever having to navigate away from your site. To find the HTML code you'll need to embed your form, follow the steps below:
1) Create and publish your form, then click Return to form list in the upper-left corner
2) Beside the form you want to embed, click the dropdown menu to the right of the form URL, then click Embed secure form
3) You'll then see a window pop up containing the embed code for your form. Copy this code, and paste it into a code block on your website.
Please note that for the form to function, you'll need to ensure that your website uses SSL security, so that information can be transmitted securely. This can be identified by a URL beginning with https:// rather than http://, and most web browsers will signify this with a green "lock" icon in the address bar, as shown below:
Many modern website builders like Squarespace, Wix, Weebly, and GoDaddy all include SSL certificates by default. Even though SSL is enabled for your site, however, there may be other formatting issues on the page that prevent the embedded forms from loading as expected, though your hosting provider or web designer should be able to provide more information on this.
We have confirmed that, using the default configuration, embedding secure web forms works successfully on hosted sites by Weebly and Squarespace. Customers have reported issues embedding secure web forms on GoDaddy, Wordpress, and Wix.