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Secure credit card payments on embedded formsAsked by ghostwalks on April 02, 2016 at 06:39 PM
I'm wanting to setup a secure Stripe payment on a form embedded into an HTML website.
Is this payment secure https, even though it doesn't show this on the external websites address bar?
Embed codes are secure by default, it uses HTTPS. If you are going to embed it on HTTP site, the form will continue to work in a secure way so it is not a problem. However, you must use iframe embed code for that so the secure form will load in an iframe container. This also means that the form or payments will be processed securely.
However, if you want users to see the security icon indicator on the address bar, you should consider HTTPS in your website so a secure connection between your page and the user's browser will be established.
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