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    how do I make the page private and client has to enter password to enter the page from my website?

    Asked by terrimccall on November 04, 2012 at 07:30 AM

    I want to make the page private and when I give a client a password id number, they can enter the number from my website and access the page.  Is that possible?

    Page URL:
    http://www.winning-women.org/consultant-registration-formwww.winning-w<br/>omen.org/

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    Answered by moonzkie on November 04, 2012 at 07:47 AM

    Hi,

    Unfortunately, we do not support password protected forms. Although we have a workaround for this.

    NOTE: This is a workaround, not a perfectly secure featureJotform currently does not have a built-in password protection feature for forms. The password used for this solution is visible in the form's source code.

    Use this solution at your own risk.

    You may use the Conditions Wizard to show/hide certain fields or jump to other pages when certain conditions are met.

    For example, in your form, you may use conditions to advance the user to the next page when the password he/she enters matches the password that you have set in your conditions. In this screenshot below, I have implemented the opposite but equivalent condition, that is to not advance the user when the password is not correct.

    We'll keep the user stuck on Page 1 (where the password field is) until he/she enters the correct password.

    In order to not confuse the user, we simply add a Free Text tool saying something like "If you click Next and nothing happens, that means you entered an invalid password. Please try again."

    Also, to avoid empty submissions when the  user presses Enter in their keyboard after they typed in the password, we set other fields in Page 2 as required.

    Here is a cloned form to demonstrate a working example.

    Hope you find this helpful. Let us know if you have further questions.