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Unfortunately no. It is not possible to embed non https form in a SSL / https page. Please be noted that non secured content cannot be displayed in a secured page. The only solution is to grab your form's secure / ssl emed code and add it in your SSL webpage. Since all forms are now by default SSL, you do not need to make any additional changes. You will have to just grab your form's direct URL and add it in your webpage.
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So I can put JotForm as I did so far and forms that are on the pages (pages that are now in https) will continue to function normally?
Exactly, you can add JotForm on your SSL website since our forms are SSL certified by default.
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Thankyou, Ashwin and Nik :-)