- Lu DuckettAsked on November 10, 2011 at 08:59 AM
I wish to design a form that will need to be filled in once a year by members, but the time period will be over a short period of time ie either Dec or Jan when their subscriptions need renewing. There are a total of 117 members and subscription renewal is always in that time frame. If all 117 members decided to fill in the form in the same month would this exceed the criteria of the basic subscription you offer?
Also what does the limit on SSL and securesubmissions mean. I would want all the information that the members submit to be secure as it would include home addresses, tel numbers and emails etc.
Please advise, I do not want to pay a subscription if I only need the form facility once a year.
- AtacanCAnswered on November 10, 2011 at 01:42 PM
Hi Lu Duckett,
The ssl submission means that you have used the SSL version of your form's URL in the form embed code. This is denoted by https in the url of the embed form the data is transmitted over secure network connection , to learn more about SSL please click here.
Free accounts get a monthly limit of 100 regular submission, 10 secure (ssl) submissions and 10 payments, whichever comes first. That means your forms will be disabled once it reaches any of those limits, regardless of the remaining limit for the other submission types.
For example, if you have maxed out your ssl submissions (10), your forms will still be disabled even if you haven't used up any of your monthly regular submissions. Same goes for payments and ssl.
Even if you have deleted the submission it is still counted on the monthly limit and does not free up the quota.
Ps: Mliz's original response to a similar question.