Customers who have a private domain set up can mask the logiforms.com domain in the URL and instead show their own domain. All of the Logiforms source code (shown when you click View Source in the browser) is also masked to show your own domain name.
For more information on setting up a private domain and white label options, please contact email@example.com
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If your Logiforms Private Domain account is configured to allow subdomains, you will also be able to control what subdomain your forms reside on. If you are using SSL, then you must have a WildCard SSL Certificate to use this feature in conjunction with Secure Forms.
To configure a form to reside on a specific sub domain:
- Launch the Form Designer.
- Click the form name in the Form Outline Panel.
- Click Sub Domain in the General Settings Property Panel.
Private Domain Customers can access the Private Domain Rule Configurator to configure short paths to forms, 404 pages and control what is displayed when an end user navigates to the "htttp://forms.yourdomain.com" without entering a path to a form.
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From the desktop, or the start menu select the Private Domain Rule Configurator. Next, click Add Rule to launch the Rule Wizard.
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The following settings can be configured using the Private Domain Rule Wizard:
|Rule Name||Enter a name for the rule. We recommend using a name the describes what the rule does.|
|SubDomain||Click the icon to open the sub domain selection window. You can select from any of the sub domains created via the form designer and/or enter a new sub domain. You can leave this field blank or select "any" from the window to have the rule apply to all subdomains. This option is only available to Private Domain customers with Sub Domain support.|
|Rule Type||This is the type of rule you are creating. There are 3 types of rules:
|Match Type||The MatchType defines what type of matching will be used to match your rule. The two options are:
|Match String||The Match String is used to match part of the URL. If you select 'contains' from the Match Type, the value you enter here is a checked for in the URL. This is the easiest method. You can also enter "*" to match all URLs.
If you selected "Regular Expression" from the Match Type, then you can enter a regular expression to check the URL. Logiforms uses Java style Regular Expressions. For more information, see http://www.vogella.com/tutorials/JavaRegularExpressions/article.html
|Match Action||The Match Action defines what to do once a match is made. After making a selection from these options another field will appear where, based on the Action selected, you can select the form to redirect to, enter a URL to redirect to, or create your own custom page/message to display to the end user.|
When domain rules are executed, Logiforms first checks for rules with a sub domain match to the URL being requested. If there are no matches, then rules where sub domain is blank or "any" are evaluated next. Rules are executed in the order listed until a match is found.