Q1:If I use these forms on my Web site, am I stuck having them look just like the ones here?
A1: Not at all. Some of the elements must be kept the same, such as the field names and accepted field values, but beyond that you're free to customize the markup and the CSS applied to the forms to suit your needs.
Q2:Can I place these forms in other places on my Web site?
A2: You have a lot of flexibility when it comes to where you can place these forms; however, keep in mind that they may not be appropriate in all locations. For example, the Mail This Entry form only makes sense in the context of a single entry, so it probably wouldn't make sense on the home page of your site. Beyond that the only real technological limitations are that Movable ...

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