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How do I integrate my EmailMeForm form into my website?

To make your forms more secure and prevent thefts of your customers’ personal data, it is highly recommended that you enable SSL encryption before embedding your forms onto your website. Aiming to make internet a safer place for everyone, Google will explicitly mark all HTTP websites as unsafe. No matter if you use forms as standalone pages hosted on EmailMeForm servers or you embed them on your own website, SSL encryption should be enabled. If your form does not have SSL enabled, Google will warn your form takers that it is not safe to use it.

Understandably, this change might affect your form’s response rates, discouraging your users from filling in your “unsecure” form.

Moreover, forms which do not have SSL enabled (these forms have HTTP connection) cannot be embedded into the HTTPS websites.

After enabling SSL on your forms, here’s how you can (re)embed them into your websites, social media or blog pages so that they show a secure HTTPS connection.

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We recommend embedding your forms with the JavaScript Embed code (Embed this Code option), which is dynamic and ensures that any subsequent changes made to the form is apply immediately to on your site.


If you chose the embed code option HTML with Javascript/CSS or HTML only option, you will need to embed the form’s code again after you make any changes to your form


To find this embed code:

  • log in to www.emailmeform.com
  • mouse over the form you want to embed > click the "Code" icon and select the best code option for your embed needs.  
  • Some users may require embedding on a social network, others may require an iframe, and many other scenarios.  We support most modern Web methods for implementation of our content.

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