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If you're using the embed code for Forms 2, it will default to using the protocol which the parent page used, and you won't need to make any customizations for this.
....mmm. I'm using a form 2.0 code that I have embedded into a drupal page (no iFrame) http://www.talend.com/talend-big-data-sandbox . So the parent page (Drupal) is http but the form is https... so am I stuck?
Cécile @ Talend
Hi Cecile: I think Kenny is referring to using the Form Embed Code, not the actual form HTML.
Go to your Design Studio - Forms, and select the form you want to embed in your Drupal page.
Then go to Form Actions - Embed Form. It will display the Form Embed Code.
Copy that code and paste it into your Drupal page, where you want the form to reside.
Upon loading the Drupal page, it will load the form, and it should work regardless of whether your Drupal page is http, or https.
Hope this clarifies things.
sorry I think I wasn't clear. The form is showing up fine and perfectly integrate to Marketo. However we would like to implement a script that would help understand how many users are completing product download etc. The current script only works if form is on http but as said all our forms are on https. So is it possible to switch one form from http to https? The Drupal page is on http
Cécile @ Talend
Hi Cecile: Yes, it seems I'm missing something.
Can you provide the URL of the page you are referring to?
ok I'll submit ticket to support. thanks.
This is answer I have received from Support:1 of 1 people found this helpful
"currently forms are going to use the same protocol as the page that it sits on. So if the page loads with https then the form will also load with https. There isn't a way to make the page a different protocol from the form."
So if the Drupal page is the page loading the form then the form will be loaded with whatever protocol the Drupal page is. We'll have to investigate on Drupal side...