- lakoformmaAsked on October 14, 2010 at 08:59 PM
When embedding code in my web page is the embedded code/form coming via SSL or will my users's browser show the page as not secure.
My web page uses Jotform's embed code to show my form on my own web page but my web page is delivered via HTTPS (SSL).
My HTTPS (SSL) web page does show up as 'non secure' on browser when using embedded simple source code of my form.
So the question is how can a form be embedded into my HTTPS site/pages and not show up as 'non secure'? I assume that you would have to deliver the form contents from a secure server. Is that an option?
I don't want to use the link version of the form as I want the visitors to stay on my site.
- JotForm FounderaytekinAnswered on October 15, 2010 at 08:09 AM
If you have an SSL site, you can use the https form code and it shouldn't show a non-secure items warning. Log into JotForm site over the secure URL and then get the form code.