Embed a form on your website (authenticated form fillers – Business Ecom)

Use the following code to embed a form on your website. This is used for authenticated users who are filling out the form. The user must have an account with zumeforms.com to fill out the form, or they will be redirected to login or register.

Embed a particular form on a webpage

For each form you want to embed on your site, go to the form and copy and past the embed code for that form. It should look something like this:

<a href=”http://docs.andreyev.com.au/property-co-ownership-agreement/sample-property-co-ownership-agreement/” target=”_blank” rel=”attachment wp-att-220″>Click here to view a sample property Co-ownership Agreement</a>

<iframe id=”ZFFrame” style=”border: 0;” src=”https://test.zumeforms.com.au/Home/Command?controller=Project&amp;view=recordnewauth&amp;formname=Property%20Co-Ownership%20Deed&amp;projecturl=/Users/andrew@andreyev.com.au/projects/Property%20Co-Ownership%20Deed.xml&amp;HostID=andrew@andreyev.com.au&amp;MessageNew=New%20Co-Ownership%20Agreement&amp;MessageExisting=Reuse%20data%20from%20existing%20Document” width=”100%” height=”150″ scrolling=”no”></iframe>

<script src=”https://test.zumeforms.com.au/assets/js/iframeResizer.min.js” type=”text/javascript”></script>

Your Records Page

Create a separate page on which users can view their records. Paste this code as raw HTML:

<iframe id=”ZFFrame” style=”border: 0;” src=”https://test.zumeforms.com.au/Home/Command?controller=User&view=YourFilesv3&min=true&auth=/Users&HostID=andrew@andreyev.com.au” width=”100%” scrolling=”no”></iframe>

<script src=”https://test.zumeforms.com.au/assets/js/iframeResizer.min.js” type=”text/javascript”></script>

Register Page

Create a separate page on which users can register for an account. Paste this code as raw HTML:

<iframe id=”ZFFrame” style=”border: 0px currentColor;” src=”https://test.zumeforms.com.au/Account/RegisterEmbedded?ReturnURL=http://docs.andreyev.com.au/your-documents/&HostID=andrew@andreyev.com.au” width=”100%” height=”150″ scrolling=”no”></iframe>

<script src=”https://test.zumeforms.com.au/assets/js/iframeResizer.min.js” type=”text/javascript”></script>

Account Page

Create a separate page on which users can view and update their account information. Paste this code as raw HTML:

<iframe id=”ZFFrame” style=”border: 0;” src=”https://test.zumeforms.com.au/Home/Command?controller=User&view=YourAccountEmbeded&RegistrationURL=http://docs.andreyev.com.au/register&HostID=andrew@andreyev.com.au&min=true” width=”100%” scrolling=”no”></iframe>

<script src=”https://test.zumeforms.com.au/assets/js/iframeResizer.min.js” type=”text/javascript”>

Logon/Logoff buttons

If a user is not logged on when they try to fill in a form, then ZumeForms will automatically ask them to logon. Once they have logged on they will stay logged on until the browser is closed.

You may want to create specific logon and logoff buttons for your site. This is a little more complex to do. Follow these steps if you are using WordPress:

Create a new page and ensure that it has a URL link that includes the word ‘Log-on‘.

Create a new page and call it Log-off. Paste the following HTML code onto this page:

<iframe id=”ZFFrame” style=”border: 0; display:none” src=”https://test.zumeforms.com.au/Account/LogOffEmbedded” width=”100%” height=”0″ scrolling=”no”></iframe>

<script src=”https://test.zumeforms.com.au/assets/js/iframeResizer.min.js” type=”text/javascript”></script>

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