I'm not a web developer, I just have basic HTML/Java/css skills. I am using Apple's WYSIWYG web page builder called iWEB. It has a feature called HTML snippets where you can insert widgets onto your page. I've been using Jotform to create widgets, which has been working great, by the way.My question is: I just upgraded my url to have basic static SSL encryption - I still need to get the certificate and change my DNS server to the static IP that it assigns. Once I have the site SSL protected, how secure is JOTFORM's merchant form? I will most likely use Authorize.Net or PayPal Pro so that clients can pay their bill on-line. When people enter their credit card info on my site, how much risk will there be for a 3rd party being able to access the sensitive information? I am assuming I will need to change the jotform to https and also probably need to open the html pages created by iweb and change those from http to https? Is that it, is it that easy? Or am I in over my head :) ? - ThanksPS - I will most likely iframe the payment page within the front page - so there will be three layers (the front page which will load a frame within it which is the payment page and on the payment page will be a widget - the jot form merchant).