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    Adding an html code to a button to have it launch to a secured site for payment.

    Asked by Theresa Grant on June 21, 2012 at 12:21 PM

    Good day,

    I currently have a created form with Jotform. My client has already configured her account to work outside of Jotform,

    It's one that you guys offer, (its web based) once the purchaser clicks the pay buttone it takes them to a merchant page that gives them a merchant seal to ease the purchaser that their confindential info is secure. Once I configure it inside of jotform it does not give me that option. So what what my thought process is once i add the  button info to the form can an html code be added to the button so that it can launch outside of jot form and take her/them to that financail processing page so they can see the merchant seal and then answer any and all sercuirty code questions and then provide their personal info. My client also wants that button to be a mandatory item to select and if that is not done the furtherance for the purchase can not go forward. Right now im drawing a blank. It's not payall. It's the 2nd or 3rd choice from the bottom on your pay tools items.

    Please advise as to how we can make that happen.

     

    Thanks

    Ms. Grant

     

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    Answered by NeilVicente on June 21, 2012 at 04:22 PM

    Ms. Grant,

    What you want to do is a little more complicated, and I am not even sure if it's possible without making drastic changes to the form's source code.

    I notice that the form use Authorize.Net as its payment mechanism. Why don't you try using our built-in Authorize.Net integration instead?

    If you're concerned about the security seal, here's a nifty guide on how to display it on your form:

    http://www.jotform.com/answers/22513-How-to-Add-Authorize-Net-verified-seal-to-my-form

    Hope this helps.

    Let us know if you need further assistance.