HTML and CSS Reference
he Embed option on the More actions menu on the blue menu bar exposes
a window containing HTML code that can be copied and pasted into a web
page. his code is an iframe element, which lets you embed one HTML docu-
ment inside another. For example:
embeddedform?formkey=dENZMHFKE6MQ" width="760" height="716"
frameborder="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0"> Loading... </iframe>
he URL of the embedded document is given in the src attribute. he actual
content of the iframe container, “Loading...,” is displayed while the browser is
fetching the embedded document.
his HTML embed code can be pasted into any web page, including a blog
post. Figure 4.18 shows the questionnaire presented as a plain web page. Addi-
tional options in the forms generator can be set to control what happens ater
the Submit button is clicked. You can either display a summary of the results
or return the user to the form for more input.
Figure 4.18: The input form of Figure 4.17 as shown on the Web