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Hello Circle friends - I need to add an "Upload your photo" section to a form I am building for a client. Does anyone know how I can do it, or possibly have custom code I can add (and where exactly would I add it?). The form I've created is accessed through the front end via a Join our Database button on top right Homepage nav area. I've set it up as an unlinked page in the backend. The website is: www.hamatchmaker.com Many thanks in advance!

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14 minutes ago, Leodxb said:

I need to add an "Upload your photo" section to a form

Take a look at the Squarespace Websites Uploader.

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9 minutes ago, paul2009 said:

Take a look at the Squarespace Websites Uploader.

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@Leodxb This is what I use. Works a treat.

If you want to see how it looks here's the form I use it on. It's a long form so just scroll to the very bottom. https://queenoftaboo.com/author-interview-form 

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On 1/20/2023 at 7:55 AM, caminada said:

Hi, may I ask how can I make the upload area style like yours instead of a simple button? thanks in advance!

The link was actually pointing to my secondary site on a different platform. I was in the middle of a revamp. You can achieve the same type of look by creating a Google form and embedding it onto a Squarespace page. You can also use something like Airtable and embed the form to get a whole form look.

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