How do I make my form live?

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I created my form. Uploaded my images. Made them public.

How do I process the form?

(I assume it has to be through the AWS system else I could just post an iFrame with a form and process it myself.)
(Where are tutorials for creating/processing a simple form?)
 
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Yep. (There's nothing in there about configuring your own form.)
Are you asking how to collect results from a form on mturk or how to create a HIT with your form? I'm assuming the first.

If it's hosted on mturk results will be collected/processed automatically assuming you didn't break anything. You can mess around on the requester sandbox to test: https://requester.mturk.com/developer/sandbox.

Otherwise you will probably have to set up your own processing method, don't know enough about that to help.
 

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Isn't the Form already a HIT? ... what the Worker will submit?

Please tell me how I can test my custom form in the sandbox. I see nothing about that. They offer only API and examples. It's using a wrecking ball to open a door.
 
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Isn't the Form already a HIT? ... what the Worker will submit?
Can you specify what you mean by form? Have you set up a HIT workers can work on? Like have you gone through the process detailed here: https://www.mturkcrowd.com/threads/how-to-publish-a-survey-on-mechanical-turk.299/ (which shows how to publish a survey, which may or may not directly apply to you.)

The sandbox is the exact same thing as the normal Mturk requester web interface only you use pretend money.
 

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I typed an HTML webpage with a <form>, on a webpage, in the Turk HTML designer.

Here is a more detailed version as well as the <form> framework..
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/59129456/where-do-i-find-the-the-htmlquestion-schema-url-and-cdata-newbie-run-out

There are no samples as mention on the page you linked to (and seems to be far older than the current interface).

The video on that page is Aug 19, 2014 and references a Survey Link and Survey Code which are not present in the Design Layout tab.
 

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I typed an HTML webpage with a <form>, on a webpage, in the Turk HTML designer.

Here is a more detailed version as well as the <form> framework..
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/59129456/where-do-i-find-the-the-htmlquestion-schema-url-and-cdata-newbie-run-out

There are no samples as mention on the page you linked to (and seems to be far older than the current interface).

The video on that page is Aug 19, 2014 and references a Survey Link and Survey Code which are not present in the Design Layout tab.
1. https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSMechTurk/latest/AWSMturkAPI/ApiReference_SchemaLocationArticle.html
2. Should be automatic.
3. No idea.

Never done it the way you're doing it so can't much more help.