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My forms open up in HTTPS after I check questions in supportAsked by kingkest on September 11, 2015 at 04:04 PM
So I found out that if I open up any question in support it automatically puts me in HTTPS. Which in turn caused me to use part of my SSL submissions even though I did not want to. This needs to be changed, I do not want to go in to https every time I check a post on the forums.
Thanks but I don't think this is an issue. Forum post is turned into HTTPS for security reasons.
However, you can simply omit the "s" on http in your browser address if that's your concern. Also, when you submit questions on support, it will not count on your SSL counter. Only submissions made on your form will be recorded on your submissions counter. You can also uncheck or check secure option when you take your form embed code.
Hope this answers your question. Thanks! ;)
No, I think you misunderstood. I go to the forums check a question and my webpage goes in to HTTPS, then when I click my forms at the top it stays in HTTPS, and I did not know that til this SSL thing happened. So what I think happened is that I looked at the forum, clicked my forms, then did a submission while my page was unfortunately still in HTTPS.
If you are using the forums from the https page, the My Forms tab will take you to the https My Forms page. If you are using the support forum from:
The redirect should take you to:
That was the case from my testing.
If you complete submissions while previewing forms in the https site, those will indeed be sent over SSL, due to the pop-up being in a https site. If you open the form in a new tab however, the form should no longer be sent over SSL.