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"Other" field - can the value be submitted with a prefix/postfix?Asked by emilevdende on May 05, 2014 at 04:36 AMHi,Looking at the radio button and checkbox question types, both these have the ability to allow "other" as an answer. For analytical purposes, I need to be able to recognize this value (which is typed in the "other" field) out of all other answers. However, since there is no pre-set value (i.e. anyone can type in what they want), there is no fixed text to run my analysis on.Is it possible to input a prefix/postfix in this field? Custom HTML/JS is not a problem. It would even be the best if this prefix cannot be seen in the front-end, then the end-user is not able to delete this prefix.Thanks in advance! KR, Emile
1. Get your form's source code
2. Paste the codes in this link to your form's html codes, right before the closing </body> tag
3. Replace "prefix: " with your preferred prefix (Do not remove the quotes)
3. Host the codes in a page on your own server
If all goes well, here's how the form should work: