- qualityoilcompanyAsked on January 22, 2011 at 06:17 PM
Second part of the question:
When we send the user to a custom URL "thanks" page, we should send them to https://whatever.com/thanks.php, right? If they click a link from that page that is http:// and not https://, will they get an error message or a security warning? (None of our links within the site are https:// except for the link to the secure form.)
Thanks for the good explanation (I've seen it several times on your replies) of how to tell our clients to download the info securely and not email them the contents of the form. That was a good explanation and a great reminder.
- JotForm FounderaytekinAnswered on January 24, 2011 at 08:58 AM
2. Yes, I think you should send them to a secure Thank You page. I don't think the browser will give an error message but keeping the user on "https://" should give the user more confidence that she submitted the form securely.
Be Safe! :)