Order Form Madness

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Can I add my own order form to my website. One that I created? And if so, how do I do this?
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Hi Michael,

If you look in the sidebar to the right of your page you will see a folder marked "Forms"

Both of these form services have a free and paid option. You can sign up with them and create your order form.

Or you could add PayPal to your site: The first thing you need to do is register on PayPal. Visit www.paypal.com to setup your account.

You can add PayPal widgets by using the Widgetbox Gallery, this is how:
1. Drag and drop a Widgetbox Gallery widget onto your page
2. A dialogue box will open, search for 'paypal'
3. Choose the paypal button that you would like to use on your site
4. Click on the Settings button (looks like a tool!) on the left to edit your settings
5. Click on the green 'Get Widget' button and it will be saved and added to your page
6. Save and preview your page to view the widget!

You can also add PayPal buttons by using the HTML widget. When you have registered for your PayPal account, copy the HTML code they provide, then do the following:
1. Drag and drop an HTML widget from the sidebar on the right onto your page
2. Paste the code (supplied by PayPal) into the HTML editor
3. Click "ok" and your PayPal button will then be embedded on your page.

You would repeat this procedure for as many items as you want to sell -- in other words, if you have 20 items, you'll need 20 'Add to Cart' buttons. You'll also need to make at least one 'View Cart' button somewhere, so that customers will be able to see the items ordered, their total bill, and give them a chance to continue shopping or proceed to checkout. Again, this code is supplied by PayPal website, click on the Learn How PayPal works link to learn more, and follow their instructions to get started.
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I also use www.jotform.com for forms on my site. You can customize them to fit into your site.