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Non-SSL iFrame blocked on SSL formAsked by sudsport on January 05, 2016 at 03:02 PM
Text Area including iframe doesn't work anymore.
It has been working properly all thru year 2015 before moving may data to European server.
This text area was used to display "General Purchasing Conditions" and is placed next to the tick button "Conditions Générales Lues et accapetées"
The Texte Area is containing:
Could you help,
doesn't work iframe ssl form
I've found a work around and I am back integrating the fomr via http instead of https.
Is there a way to have my "Purchasing Conditions File" http://www.sud-sport.com/inscriptions/conditions_generales.html in jotform in order to access it through https:/jotform...conditions_generales.html
Thanks for your help,
See exemple with http://www.sud-sport.com/inscriptions_formulaire.php?course=53344736891969&nom_course=VAILHAU%27TRAIL%202016&h_forms=1520
I was able to see the issue on your jotform http://www.jotformpro.com/form/43477391708969
When using https, the TEXT field with embedded code is hidden
Is the form embedded on a secure website?
The terms text was not actually using https http://www.sud-sport.com/inscriptions/conditions_generales.html.
So I wonder why you want to use https on the form.
When you use https, it wasn't showing because the browser was controlling this. Most browsers will not allow mixed contents. So it blocks the non-secure content and will not render them on browser.
If its feasible to just use the regular URL (non https) of the form, I suggest you use that instead.
Please let us know how we can be of further assistance.
I cam to the same conclusion, now is there any to store my external file onto jotform in order to be https all the way thriugh.
I tried to create a specific form to store my file but the corresponding file link only allow file upload.
Thanks for your help,