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    How can I edit my form?

    Asked by amyhagerup on February 19, 2014 at 08:21 PM

    Hi created my account and my first form.

    here it is: http://www.jotform.us/form/40495969911165.

    But I can't figure out how to edit it. When I go to "my forms," I see the chat with Amy folder that I thought I was putting it in. But there doesn't seem to be an option to open the actual form to edit it.

    I added an https to the form so perhaps that messed it up. I don't know.

    I would like to remove the https as I didn't realize that it would limit me to just 10 submissions. Would you please change that for me, or teach me how to do it myself.

    Please help. Thanks. I love jotforms. Blessings, Amy

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    Answered by Cesar on February 19, 2014 at 09:30 PM

    I have reviewed the form embedded on your website and you are correct, the current embed code is Secure SSL, to update the code to the standard unsecure embed code.

    First, to edit your form. We need to first single click (select) the form that we want to edit.
    When we do so, options will appear on the far right, click on Edit Form



    Getting the Non SSL-Code of your form for your page:

    Once we are on the Form Builder we will go into the Setup & Embed option. Then click on the Embed Form icon. Here you can copy the Script code or iFrame code to paste on your site.

    I do see you currently have Script code on your site, which is fine.

    Although we do suggest to use the iFrame code more often than not (specifically, if your form is not behaving as it should using script code) So at this time go ahead and choose whichever you like.

    Before copying the code do make sure to have the Secure Form uncheck.



    Hope this helps. Do let us know if you need further assistance. Thank you.

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    Answered by amyhagerup on February 25, 2014 at 01:20 PM
    Thank you. That was very helpful. Got it fixed now.
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