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It is indeed possible to disable SSL submissions, however, there is no reason to do so. Our form limits are the same for regular and SSL submissions. I would recommend using SSL submissions for the extra layer of security.
If you have a specific reason to disable them, you can change and link to your form from:
And the form will no longer use SSL.
Thank you for the quick response. The link is not amendable on the Publish tab. See attached image.
The code you are getting is your forms embed code. This code is what is added to a webpage to ad the form. In the embed code you are receiving, there is a link to the form. Change the beginning of the link from https://form.jotformeu.com to http://form.jotformeu.com. That will disable SSL on the embedded form.
There is no option to toggle the form between using SSL and not. It is only possible to use the non-https URL instead of the https one.
Sorry I hadn't realised that I was creating threads each time I was searching for FAQ's and hitting enter :)
Yes, I use the jotforms on our website and add the forms by pasting the embed codes to where I want them.
But as you described above I am not able to amend the text as this part of the link is disabled for me. See attached.
Copy the link to your form:
Then, paste the link to the form wherever you would like. After you paste the URL, change it:
The first URL is to the form using SSL, the second is to the form not using SSL. This cannot be changed in the form builder to default to non-ssl. Since our form limits are the same for regular and SSL submissions, there is no benefit to using non-ssl submissions.
Your account is well under all of its limits. I am not sure why there is a need to disable SSL. You should have 85 more regular or SSL submissions remaining.