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The FormLogix form creator tool offers the creation and use of local or public forms.
Local forms may be accessed only by the user (for managing his own data), while public forms can be accessed by outsiders (for gathering information).

Publishing a form means externalizing the public form.
There are four options for publishing a form:
A - sending people a link to the form.
B - getting to the form by placing the URL in the browser address box.
     the url may be sent to others, so they may reach the form as well.
C - planting the form in a website or blog. (for example: a contact us form).
D - placing the link in your web page/site.
    (for example: a company gathering information from its employees about
     their preferred holiday present).

For each of these publishing options our form creator gives a suitable answer:
URL - this is the url of the form.
IFRAME - this is the form code to be embedded mostly in blogs.
LINK - this is the link for others to enter the form through.
SCRIPT - this is the form code to be embedded in a website.
E-MAIL - A link to a window from which you can send an email, containing the form link to someone.
FACEBOOK - A link to publish the form in a Facebook Page.

Steps to publish a form:
1)  Make sure your form is saved, and marked as "public" in the "Form Settings".

Mark Form as Public

2) 

Press on the Publish icon in the general toolbar.
The publish window will open, offering the five publishing options on the left In choosing each option, a releavnt code will appear on the right.

Publish Window

3) 

URL - Placing this URL in the browser address text box will open this form. So if you are planning to send someone a link to the form choose this option.
All you need to do is copy the url and paste it in the relevant place. This option is mostly used by those who do not have their own web site.

4) 

IFRAME - If you are planning to embed the form in your blog, choose this option. Just copy the code and place it in your site.


5) 

LINK - If you are planning to present the link in your website, or anywhere else, choose this option.
All you need to do is copy the link code and paste it in the relevant place.
This option is mostly used by those who have a web site.

6) 

SCRIPT - If you are planning to embed the form in your website, than this the recommended option. Just copy the code and place it in your site.


7) 

MAIL - If you are planning on sending emails containing the link to your form, this is the best option for you.
Pressing on the link ("Click here to send your form by mail") will open a 'mail to' window from which you can send an e-mail containing the form link. subject and text of the mail can be editable.

8) 

FACEBOOK - If you are planning to embed your form on your Facebook page, this is the best option for you.
Once you choose this option you will need to choose the Facebook page you want to publish your form in. Read more about how to publish your form on Facebook.