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    SSL help: Is it possible to embed JotForm on a secure page?

    Asked by criptor9 on November 11, 2011 at 04:49 AM

    Hello,

    I have purchased an SSL Certificate and need everything on my website to be secure. 

    Is there any way that I can keep all the code of the form on my website instead of some of it linking to JotForm.

    If it is code from another website the SSL certificate sees the webpage as a threat.

    Many thanks,

    Jake

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    Answered by fxr on November 11, 2011 at 01:25 PM

    Yes , you can download the source code.

    From the Setup & Embed Toolbar, click Embed, select the Source icon.

    Click the here link to download a zip of all the files you require to place the form on your site.

    Extract those files, and upload the HTML file and the css & js folders to your web server. 

    You can rename the HTML file to whatever you want. Just remeber to preserve the directory structure of you dont want to edit the references to the js & css file in the head section of the HTML source file.

    You can if you wish, add the form to a different webpage. Just open the HTML file in your web editting software, and make sure you add all the references to scripts and css files in the head section to the head section of your own webpage.

    The forms HTML is all the data between the tag startin <form class="jotform-form"... to the closing </form> tag.

     

    I may not have explained that very well, just ask if you do need any clarification.