- dmycAsked on January 11, 2015 at 06:05 AM
I'm trying to set up end-to-end SSL on a Wordpress server I manage - namely, everything encrypted including the admin UI.
I'm trying to use the jotform embed plugin that's available in the Wordpress repos. I've already fixed it to make it compliant with a SSL site (stripped all the explicit http calls out of it, using // for the resource URLs). However, it calls out to https://js.jotform.com/JotFormFormPicker.js?_=1420973862641, and that JS file doesn't pay attention to the protocol that it was requested over, returning HTTP resources, not HTTPS resources.
I can work around this; I don't need the plugin, it just makes it easier for our less technical staff if they can click a button and pick a form. However, it'd be nice if your code supported returning resources over HTTPS when requested.
- ShadaeAnswered on January 11, 2015 at 11:06 AM
I do apologize for any issues that you have been experiencing with not receiving secure elements when using the JotForm plugin.
I have passed this request to our level two support team to look into this further.
Any update will be posted on this thread.
- alp_denizAnswered on June 07, 2015 at 07:24 PM
We have made a fix regarding your feedback. Could you please confirm if it solved?