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    Is there a way to add a "submit" button at the end of the access code field?

    Asked by 2bshelliann on November 04, 2016 at 02:06 AM
    Once I set up a password, my instinct tells me to press enter to submit the password, however this causes the form to think it's being submitted, and therefore every field on the form turns red and gives an error message. Is there a way to add a "submit" button at the end of the password field?
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    Answered by Chriistian on November 04, 2016 at 02:26 AM

    Unfortunately it is not possible to add a "submit" button at the end of the password field. A possible workaround I can suggest would be to add a checkbox under the field that will act as a confirmation of the password when checked.

    Include it in your Show/Hide condition so that the rest of the fields will only show up if the password is correct and the check box is checked.

    If password is correct and checkbox is checked, show the rest of the fields.

    Now when the user enters the code, even if they hit Enter, the form won't accidentally submit. You can check out my demo form here: https://form.jotform.com/63080925950963. You can also clone that to your account to see the setup.

    On another note, please allow me to inform you that we do not allow collection of passwords on jotform. I understand that you are using a password field not to collect user's password, but to allow access to the form. However, we have a phishing detector that may suspend your account when it identifies the "password" field on your form. To avoid being auto-suspended, I would suggest to rename your password field with "Access Key" or "Access Code" instead.

    Please let us know if you need further assistance.
    Regards.