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Hi everyone, 

Firstly I need to thank tuanphan for his help, he's been awesome. While I'm in marketing , obscure CSS and Java is beyond me at the moment and I don't really have time to learn it at the moment as I'm in a similar issue to most of you and am spreading myself thing trying to get our business online (thanks virus). 

I'm trying to get our on-boarding process online and have spent ages trying to programme conditional logic and custom form fields into my SquareSpace school application form. It's just become stupidly time consuming, while I'd love to hire a full time developer I'm not there yet. I've had a look around and have narrowed my choices down to Wufoo and Jotform. They're both 19 bucks a month, which of the two would you guys recommend? If there's a 3rd alternative I'm happy to look at that too.

Form link as it is: http://capulumcollege.com/application-form

I'm sorry if this is in the wrong section, 

Thanks in advance. 


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Although more expensive, Typeform is one of the best solutions available.

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