- FinnformAsked on February 13, 2015 at 06:48 PM
When I cut and paste the link for us to test using the form, my coworker is brought to a login/password page. I assume it is a setting I have on my form I created? Please advise!
- rsalvoAnswered on February 13, 2015 at 07:53 PM
- SeanAnswered on February 14, 2015 at 12:41 AM
I just checked the link you provided and it is not requesting any log in information before use. It is possible that the local network your users are connected to requires such information before they can browse the internet.
When you try to access the form, do you have to enter any credentials? As shown in the screen recording above I got immediate access to the form when I accessed it through the standalone link. Do let us know if the issue persist.
- FinnformAnswered on February 14, 2015 at 08:48 AM
It looks like the reason (now that you pointed out you deleted 'secure') is that there is a setting when you embed your form. Apparently there was a box checked off 'secure' that would then require login credentials. You must be sure to copy a link that does not have 'secure' in the string.
Thank you for the help See below:
- SeanAnswered on February 14, 2015 at 10:13 AM
I am glad that you got the issue resolved with that adjustment to the URL. When a form link has https://secure it means that you are using SSL (Secure) form submissions hence the information submitted through the form would be encrypted for safe transmit. These forms do not require log in credentials before use. Seeing that the issue is now resolved, do let us know if additional assistance is needed in the future.