- asiacontentmanagerAsked on March 24, 2015 at 02:31 AM
Like so many others my embedded form does not display in any other browser except IE. How can I make it display in Firefox or Chrome?
Below are two pages with embedded iframe forms. One is created using the full embedded iframe code and the other without the "script" portion of the code. Please provide assistance on how to adjust the code to allow browsers other than IE be able to access and display the form.
Since the site is secure I have also provided user credentials to allow access from outside the network.
Form hosted at Jotform
To access all materials please click the Hyperlink below and enter Username: APCUser@twr.pri Password: aR4eiFtua9ut when prompted.
TWR Asia Content Manager
671-828-8673 xt 5507
- JotForm SupportWelvinAnswered on March 24, 2015 at 10:00 AM
That is because the non-secure form is embedded to a secure website. It's not displayed due to security reasons.
Since you have HTTPS or SSL enabled to your website, you also need to do the same to your form. Here's how to enable SSL to your form:
And lastly, I think it's displayed in IE, probably because you have turn-off SSL settings or you've accepted to load the form even it's not secure.