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When using source code embed option form is secure even if secure option is not selectedAsked by DarkTacho on July 03, 2015 at 03:29 PM
I have overcome the limit of secure submissions, never select the box "secure form", but apparently the source code is automatically set. Can it be changed manually?
I was able to reproduce same issue.
Behavior you observed will be escalated to our developers but in the meantime you can change manually source of the form and replace HTTPS with HTTP. On every place you have URL that is starting with HTTPS:// replace it with HTTP:// . In case that URL is starting with HTTS://SECURE replace it with HTTP://FORM e.g.
link https://secure.jotform.com/static/formCss.css?3.3.7736 will become
Also seems that this behavior is related to the way how you access the site, seems like httpS://www.jotform.com is generating SSL source code, and http://www.jotform.com/ is generating the normal code.
We will inform you via this thread once our developers have some updates.
This issue is now obsolete since forms are now secure by default and secure submissions limit is same with insecure submission limit.
Thank you for your patience.