You may be able to embed your form into a Wordpress website. See this post for more details: http://forums.adobe.com/message/4232721#4232721
This FAQ on Embedded forms is useful: http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-1991
Yes, you can edit your forms anytime, it does not change the # of forms, the number is the actual number of forms in the "My Forms" tab owned by you (you could have additional that were shared with you and do not count against your total).
thanks for all that,
I have had a look at the FAQ on embedded forms and the 'how to'...
my experience with my wordpress site to date has involved posting images
and cutting and pasting text into pages.
Ive never had to do anything with html and wouldn't know where to start! I
just use the dashboard to manage my site.
using the wordpress dash board can I embed a form onto the wordpress site?
do i need to have access to the 'back end' of wordpress to embed?
As far as I know- this isnt how wordpress works - Its a blog for 'dummys'
We use a standard HTML embed.
Other users have embedded their FormsCentral forms in their Wordpress blogs, you might want to try asking the user who says it worked great in this thread:http://forums.adobe.com/message/4232721#4232721
You can also search the forum for "Wordpress", maybe another related post will be useful. I can't give direct assistance with that since I don't have any experience with Wordpress.