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SSL form limitAsked by terra0 on March 24, 2015 at 11:36 AM
I received an email warning me I was reaching my limit of 10 SSL form submissions on my free account. I use embed code in Wordpress
and I didn't think that is (through wordpress) is also secure form, which submission require SSL.
May I ask you for this time not to disable my form, and can you explain - how to use code for wordpress, that is no secure... I don't need this!
The embed code you used should not be using SSL based submissions. If you were using SSL submissions previously and gone over your limit, your forms will still be disabled even if you are no longer using the SSL link. I went ahead and reset your limits to allow for your forms to remain active. Keep in mind we can only do this once per account. Should you go over once again you will need to upgrade in order for your forms to be reactivated.
Here is our guide on how to embed your form to Wordpress:
This guide uses the regular, non-SSL link to the form.
If you have any further questions, let us know and we will be happy to help.