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How can I add a logo to my JotForm formAsked by georgias714 on August 19, 2015 at 07:04 PM
I have a registration page with a background that I lik. But I want to add a small logo to the top of the jotform page so when people open the form they see the logo.
I use a link on the website and it opens a secure jotform in a separate window.
Upon taking a look at your form, I can see that you have already managed to add the logo to your form. :)
I would only recommend that you change the link to the logo from http://www to https://secure so that your form does not have any mixed-content issues. The form is otherwise secure, but it is currently loading a non-secure image (the logo) over regular HTTP protocol. That is why browsers now show a warning icon or a broken pad-lock when your form is opened.
You can change this link to https by editing the form in the Form Builder, clicking on the header's gear-shaped icon > Show Properties, and changing the link inside Image Source.
Please let us know if you need any further assistance, and we will be happy to help.
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Thank you for your reply…I was able to figure it out after I played a round
for a bit last night.
I’ll follow your instructions and let you know if I have any problems.
Thanks again for the wonderful support!
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