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If I host the form, can I disable its public access?Asked by RedgateFinance on October 17, 2016 at 10:32 AM
If I host the form myself on a web page can I disable public access to the form but still use it from my own secured page?
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Once you embed your form, it will be indexed by search engines like Google and will be searchable and viewable by internet users. The workarounds you can take are:
1. Embed your form in a secure page of your website with its own authentication.
2. Create a condition in your form such that most of the fields will not show if a user does not provide correct answer to a question. Please see steps below.
The result will be as follows.
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