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SSL over quota using Google Gadget?Asked by tabikoff on March 12, 2012 at 08:48 AM
I have been using a jotform on my Google site (embeded using Google Gadgets) for a month now. I have had dozens of submissions on my free account with no problem, and now all of the sudden I received notification that my form has exceeded the SSL submissions allowance. I would like to remove SSL from the form, but since I am using a Google Gadget instead of the regular embed code, I don't know how - there is now "https" to change. Help!
Free account has a required limit submission of 10 SSL Secure Submission per month, that is why you recieved a notification to inform you that you already exceeded the limit of SSL Secure.
You may take a look also on this link adding form to google site:
I understand that if I wanted my form to use SSL submissions I would only be allowed 10 per month on the free account. And I understand how to embed a form on a google site using Google Gadgets. And I understand how to remove secure submissions when using the regular embed code (by deleting the "s" from https").
BUT that does not answer my question! I do not want the form to use SSL submissions, but I cannot find instructions for how to toggle the security option in the google gadget code. How do I turn off the secure submission option in Google Gadgets?
I have now re-activated and reseted the SSL Submissions used on your account. Kindly retake again your form code without hitting the secure box and re-embed it on your website to be able to received it as regular submissions not SSL ones.
Note: We can only reset user's submissions once.
Hope this helps. Thanks.
Just change the URL of the form from "https://" to "http://". That will make the form secure.
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@idarktech Thank you!
Glad to be of assistance, tabikoff. Cheers!