Adding iFrame form to an secure (ssl) web page

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    Asked on January 30, 2015 at 05:01 AM

    I would like to integrate the file upload function within the checkout page using Romancart.

    I would like customers to be able to upload their files while staying in the checkout page. Romancart can accept any html code in their checkout so we can customize it. They do say however it's not possible to link the iframe to actual cart functions. ie adding filenames to checkout etc.

    Does the fact the cart is ssl affect this?


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    Answered on January 30, 2015 at 10:49 AM

    Hi there,

    I understand that you want to embed the form to Romancart using iFrame method since Romancart allows HTML code on its page.

    Does the fact the cart is ssl affect this?

    Yes, it's possible that the form won't show up because it is not a secure form. Normally, if you're going to embed the form on a secure site, you should be using a secure form. Otherwise, it will not show up and it will provide an error on loading the iFrame.

    Please try re-embedding the iFrame form using SSL.


    Here's a guide if you need one.

    Hope this works. Let us know if the issue is still the same.

    Thank you!