Take your web form to Google Sites

A new type of publishing your contact form is available on 123ContactForm. You can now post web forms on your Google Sites pages in a few easy steps.

Once you’re done customizing your form, go to the Get code & Publish section and choose Google Sites in the left panel. Copy the URL generated for your form – you will need it in a minute.

Access the Google Sites page that will contain your form and edit it. Choose More gadgets in the Insert menu tab and click on Add gadgets by URL. Paste the URL that you’ve copied and press Add. When you customize display settings, it is very important to set a large height size for the gadget – at least 800 pixels. Press OK, then Save in the main view.

google-sites

Get more details on how to post web forms on Google Sites pages.

If you don’t have a 123ContactForm account yet, sign up and start using our Google Sites integration. If you’ve already got one, log in to your 123ContactForm account.

The 123ContactForm Team
The 123ContactForm Team
Optimizing business procedures and improving digital communication through web forms, surveys, polls and online quizzes.

7 Comments

  1. Michal says:

    Yes! Finally someone writes about lawyers.

  2. marketing digital em midias sociais says:

    Tornaram-se um veículo para divulgação de produtos, serviços, promoções, filosofia das empresas além
    de auxiliar consumidor com informações e dicas relacionadas ao mercado com qual trabalham.

  3. […] pages (using the 123ContactForm application for Facebook), in WordPress or Blogger blogposts or on Google Sites. You also have the option of hosting your online survey on the 123ContactForm website and sharing […]

  4. […] can I publish my form? You can publish your form on: your website, Facebook, WordPress, Blogger, Google Sites, IconoSites, Joomla websites, NetObjects websites. Also, you can link to your form on Twitter or […]

  5. […] event registration form, publish it on your website, on Facebook, Twitter, WordPress, Blogger or Google Sites or send direct links via email or messenger to your future […]

  6. […] post your web survey on various online platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter, WordPress, Blogger or Google Sites. Your online survey can also be integrated with third party applications that will help you manage […]

  7. […] hosted on the platform that helped you create it or shared via Facebook, WordPress, Blogger, Google Sites or Twitter. You can also integrate it with third party applications, in order to manage the contact […]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *