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How can I disable the enter button as a submit?Asked by lifecoach on April 29, 2013 at 02:41 PM
I have been having a great experience with JotForm. I'm very impressed with the forms I can create and the great options that are available. I do have a question though.
I noticed that when I have a form filled out and I hit the enter button on my keyboard, it automatically submits the form. Is there any way I can make it necessary for my client to manually click on the submit button to submit? Can I disable the feature that makes the enter button substitute as submit?
Thank you for the kind words. We're glad to know you have great experience with JotForm. =)
As to your inquiry, you can do this by making a field a required in the form.
This will then require the form user to answer or fill in a question before the form can be submitted (or when Enter key on keyboard is used)
Here is a test form http://www.jotformpro.com/form/31186019753960
Hope this help. Please inform us if you need further assistance.
Thank you for your prompt response but unfortunately that will not work. Let me explain what I want my form to do and maybe you can give me another way to do it. As shown it the picture you sent me, I have a field named "enter code". If that is filled with the correct code, I want the "sign in" button to take the user to an page containing an HTML. If it is not filled with the correct answer, I would like the form to give some sort of an "access denied" message but give them a chance to retry a different code. The only way I could think to do this was to have the HTML and "acces denied" messages on separate pages in the form. I hope you can think of a way to make this possible. Thanks!
Use "Change Thank you Message after submission" condition instead. Note, please create your thank you message first before setting up a conditional logic to pass over on the currect bug.
Let us know if you have further questions. Thank you!
Cool! I have put that in my form.
Your welcome. Cheers!