- WhitegatesAsked on March 31, 2018 at 02:52 AM
I would like to password protect a form.
However if I use a short text entry it is visible when typing and stored in the computers cache, whats the best solution ?
- JotForm SupportVictoria_KAnswered on March 31, 2018 at 08:31 AM
Unfortunately, there's no surefire method which will work in all browsers to disable auto completion of form fields.
But, I have performed some tests and can suggest to create an additional form to check the password. The idea is the following:
1. To create a form which consists of Keypad widget.
Unfortunately, I have not found the way to capture entered PIN right on the same form, but it works when pre populating to the next form on submit.
2. To set a pre-populated URL of a second form as a Thank you page.
3. To check the key, which is captured at a hidden Short Text Entry, on the second form.
You can also place a link to the first form, so it could be clicked to get back.
Here is how it works, the password is 7373:
Please feel free to test my form: https://form.jotform.com/80893788159982
Hope this helps, but if you need further assistance, just let us know.
P.S. Please note that if one of your form fields will contain a word "password", the account will be autosuspended. Such forms are considered as phishing.