How to use secure form on the website

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    Webdesignbybob
    Asked on September 16, 2013 at 01:43 PM

    Ok, client is happy with the look of the form.............

    Now, his questions to me:

    He will have to open his own account, correct? Then I can  enter his account with his login to rebuild the form.

    His email will already be there.

    I can edit anytime the form thru his account, right?

     

    Also, the most important questions he needs answered:

    Will the viewer be on a secure page only after hitting a button to bring the form up?  In other words, the gateway in his navigation will be the Order  our product tab.  Then there will be a place order button to take the viewer to the (secure) form, or how will that be accomplished?  The viewer needs to see the https in URL BEFORE filling in the form.

    Please elaborate on this for us.

    Thanks!

     

    Bob

    Robert Petelle
    1168 Angle Rd.
    Dunedin, Fl. 34698
    (727) 458-6768

    WebDesignbyBob.com
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    Mike_T
    Answered on September 16, 2013 at 02:31 PM

    Thank you for contacting us.

    Yes it is recommended to register an account with us for your client. We can transfer the form along with the data to the new account per your request.

    Also, you will be able to access their account as long as you have their login credentials. Alternatively, they can add you as a Sub Acccount User of their Master Account.

    Your are right, it is possible to use a button/link to the direct secure form URL. The httpS Pop-up code is also available with us.

    In case you client have the SSL certificate on their domain, user will see the httpS URL without redirect/pop-up window.

    If you need any further assistance on this, please let us know.