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    Is there any way to share my form as an <iframe>?

    I am using WP API to fetch posts from WordPress Site to my mobile app. The thing is that when I parse the API info to html into the app I don’t see the form but only the shortcode.

    I tried with Google Forms and added a form as <iframe> and when I open the post on mobile (on my app) if opens really well because of the <iframe> tags parsed really well.

    I was wondering if there was a way to do the same with WPForms. SO to be clear I want to know if it is possible to host the forms in any storage (eg. cloud) in another form for example in <iframe> tags so I can include them in any HTML code I like not only in WordPress. I am using the Pro version.

    Jesse Owens

    Hi Klevis-

    Since you mentioned you have a Pro account, this might be a better question for WPForms premium support.

    I’m not familiar with a way to include a WPForm as an iframe, but you might be able to accomplish this by creating a simplified post or page template that has a do_shortcode() function call to output your shortcode rather than including it in the post content, and then including that in an iFrame.

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