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Invalid SSL certificate against 'secure.jotform.me' domainAsked by AMKMCchurchcamp2013 on March 08, 2013 at 11:54 AM
Good day. A church registration form was created on Jotform for registration purposes for an upcoming church camp within our church community. However, we have received feedback from friends that Internet Explorer and Safari are blocking our church camp webpage. As such, our friends who use IE and/or Safari would not be able to access the online registration form we have provided for them.
Might it be due to your installation of an invalid SSL certificate against your 'secure.jotform.me' domain? We realised that browsers like IE and Safari may block invalid sites with invalid SSL certs by default unless user chooses to grant the exception explicitly.
Thanks and Regards,
I just checked your site where you have hosted JotForm "Church Camp 2013 Registration Form" and i was able to browse your form in IE/Mozilla and chrome but there is nothing wrong with your website and SSL certifications.
I'm unable to replicate this issue. Could you please specify the version of Internet Explorer exhibiting this issue and operating system you are using.
Thank you for your prompt reply.
Did you try on Safari? It doesn't seem to work on that browser as well.
Can you please try replacing the .ME to .COM in your embed script and see if it works? or try one of the following script below
Kindly contact us again if the SSL problem still persists.