We’ve got an awesome double feature for you guys today! Both improvements are related to the code snippets we provide in our beloved [Code Manager](https://help.wudev.com/articles/en_US/kb/Share/). One helps you hide what you may not need and the other helps you integrate our markup like a champ.
##Hide the Form Title in Embed Snippets
A lot of our users love embeddeding Wufoo forms into their content managers and blogging software. Unfortunately, we often saw a lot of pages that looked something like this:
Because their pages usually contained their own title or header, the Wufoo form’s title would usually just end up awkwardly doubling up underneath it. While it was possible to hide a Wufoo’s form header using our [Custom CSS](https://help.wudev.com/articles/en_US/kb/Theme-Designer/#customCSS) feature, the process was a fairly technical maneuver and we knew we could come up with a better way to help you guys guillotine your forms.
Using this parameter will hide both the Form Title and the Form Description on the form. You can see this in action [right here](http://meerkat.tumblr.com/post/8061315540/the-daily-poll).
##What if I’m Using the iFrame Snippet?
If you’re using our iFrame Embed Snippet, you’ll just need to add `def/&header=hide` to your form’s URL in the iframe’s `src=` attribute to make the same magic work there. For example, if your iframe’s URL looked like this:
You’d change it to this to hide the header:
##Single Page Forms’ HTML/CSS Export Now Submits to Wufoo
Now, when you use our HTML/CSS code export, your forms include all the appropriate markup changes to make it so it can just submit straight to Wufoo’s servers **without** having to find the action URL or grab your API POST key. Just download the zip file with our markup and it’ll be able to submit straight to Wufoo’s servers right from the get go. Please note, however, that this will **only work on forms that are a single page.** If you are using [page breaks](http://www.wufoo.com/2009/11/17/create-sweet-multi-page-forms-with-wufoo/) to add multiple pages to your forms, due to the complexity of the system there, your HTML/CSS code will **NOT** be able to submit to Wufoo’s servers.