Embed a DbEasy form in Your WordPress Blog

The DbEasy custom forms editor is how you present your application to your users. In our last post we covered how use create a form:

Create a Custom Form with DbEasy

Once you have your form completed, how you do use it?  You have two options:

  1. Link to your form
  2. Embed your form

A link is just a URL to your form running on a publicly accessible area of the DbEasy website.  Embedding is where you create a window or frame within your own website and the from appears within it.

The DbEasy form editor shows you the correct form for each at the bottom of the page:

formeditorlinks

If you have WordPress blog then you can embed your form with the following steps:

  1. In the DbEasy form editor select the code for “Embed your form” starting at the “<iFrame” and going to the end “</iFrame>” and copy it into your clipboard by pressing Control-C.
  2. Edit the WordPress blog post where you want to embed the form.
  3. At the top right corner on the WordPress editor there are two tabs, Visual and Text.  Click Text.
  4. Paste the embed code into your blog article where you want the form to appear.
  5. Click the Visual tab and you should see your form appear like the example below.
  6. Publish your blog post and the from should appear and be usable.

Below is an example of an embedded form:

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