In January of this year, Spreedly released the beta version of the iFrame payment form. The iFrame payment form allows merchants to collect payment information in accordance with the new guidelines of PCI-DSS v3.0 while still retaining control over the look and feel of their checkout page. 

Today we're happy to announce the release of iFrame v1.0 -- the result of several months of beta testing and customer feedback. iFrame v1.0 builds on the great feedback we received during the beta period, letting you now independently position each PCI-protected field (i.e. the card number and CVV) as well as use your own custom web fonts and other style customizations on labels. 

We recognize that the UX of your checkout flow is critical to your business - iFrame v1.0 is an extremely customizable solution and we encourage everybody requiring a custom payment form to give it a try. Maintaining a PCI-compliant application is an arduous task. Spreedly greatly reduces this burden by maintaining a secure credit card vault and providing robust tools to store your customers' payment information. iFrame v1.0 is the best way to build a payment form consistent with your brand's UX while still receiving the full benefit of reduced PCI scope. Contact us if you have any questions about iFrame or any of our other payment tools.

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