A SSL Seal Header (or Site Seal) element inserts the EV SSL Certificate Site Seal. This is the green logo that gives your users confidence that the data they are submitting on your forms is secure.
We encourage the use of the SSL Seal on all secure forms, especially where sensitive data will be present. With the SSL Seal on your form, your users may click it to view a pop-up window containing information about the Logiforms SSL certificate. Knowing that the form and the site are secure, your users can have complete assurance that your site is secure and trustworthy in regard to transactions involving their personal information.
In addition to the SSL certificate information, this feature also adds visual enhancement by changing your browser address bar green in color (when using modern browsers such as IE7).
|This is the name used to reference the field and is also the name of the column heading in the submission bin.
|Choose from many heading types, including Basic Heading, Custom Graphic, Free Text, Line/Separator, Dynamic, and SSL Seal. Each of these is also available by right-clicking the root form node and choosing Insert New Form Element > Heading/Graphic Text.
|Create a dependency to hide or show this element based on a rule. The field becomes "dependent" on other values entered on the form. Learn more in Dependencies.
|Set this property to true if you want this element to be hidden.
|This property determines how the element is hidden and if it will collapse within the space it would otherwise occupy.
|Enter a value for the bottom padding.
|Enter a value for the top padding.