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Back Button shows up at end of form after submit buttonAsked by advantech on July 19, 2016 at 01:21 PM
On my form, for some reason a BACK button shows up on the last page after the submit button. Not sure why as I do not have it in my form.
Please be noted that the Back button is displayed always when a Page break is inserted in the form. However, when the Back button on the first page break is hidden the back button on the last page will not be displayed. I think it is still displaying on your form since you have other Submit buttons that are hidden by using CSS.
Please try injecting the following CSS to your form to hide the last back button on the form.
Hope this information helps!
It did NOT work. Additionally there is also a BACK button on page 2 even though I am hiding that one too via the control panel. I simply do not want any back buttons.
If you do not want to display any back button on the form, please remove the previously provided CSS code and inject the following CSS code.
display: none !important;
Also, the existing comment style in the CSS section is not allowing to process the CSS code injected. Please change the comment style to /* YOUR COMMENT HERE */ so that it should be working fine.
Works great. HOWEVER, now the first few submit buttons I hid are showing up. There should only be a submit button on the last page.
I deleted the submit field and hide code. I added instead a text box with this code: <button type="reset">Clear Form</button>
Works fine now.
On behalf of Kiran, you are welcome, advantech.
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