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Why are all submissions considered secure ssl submissions?Asked by hasdlitmag on March 12, 2014 at 02:37 PM
I want my students to be able to submit their work, but it's saying that I only have 10 ssl submissions, and I've used them all. Why doesn't it go to the 100 submissions I'm allowed per month?
While embeding your form if you select the "secure form" option, it will generate a version of the form like https://
To have a non-secure version that enables you to use your regular submissions, you just need to go to "Setup and Embed">Embed form, select the preferred embedding method and copy the code ito your website.
I reset your SSL counter to 0 and activated your account, but we can only do this once.
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