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Thread began 9/04/2009 1:21 am by james276087 | Last modified 10/05/2009 1:52 pm by john384495 | 1973 views | 9 replies |

james276087

Membership Registration form

It was little(?) pain and need great amount of patient to get here.
I couldn't get here without help from members...thanks

On Wizard step....i had to change Password Field to Hidden field.
Now it doesn't show the text field...what did i wrong????

members_Registration.php

thanks for reading...

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

A hidden field is a form element that does not display on the page. Change it to a password field:

<td><input type="password" name="password" id="password" value="" /></td>

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james276087

I thought it that way, but Wizard telling me for Hidden field.
I will find that page and post it here so other memebers doesn't follow it.
thank you for your time

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james276087

I forgot to ask you how can I change to Password field.....
thanks,

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I dont quite follow, what do you mean the Wizard was telling you to use a hidden field, the password column should be sset by the wizard as a password field automatically.

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james276087

I will double check tonight and give the page number where it said " use hidden field".
thanks for question and your time.

It could me my mistake...

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james276087

Dear Jason,

I copy this page address and it was 4 of 6 page from Wizard.
And it was for User updat page....
Sorry had wrong information on this site...i learned again from my mistake
thanks Jason


02_wizard.swf

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john384495

I did the opposite I guess...I already ran the security wizard and forget to change it to hidden. Now I have change my other forms according to the same wizard you jus listed and it says the password on the profile field need to be hidden then I set a link next to it pointing to another page...and so on. But, how to I know change the password to hidden. I can't seem to get back into the wizard and I don't want to start from scratch.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

on the profile page, select the password text box, then go to code view. In code view change the type="text" to type="hidden" for the password field.

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john384495

Jason...Thanks.

What an idiot. I answered my question as I posted. I was so intertwined in your program with my preview problems (which I have not had time to fix yet) that I assumed I had to do something with webassist but like I said...once I posted it...hidden...seemed to appear in my brain.

John.

By the way....just got the advance notice on editor thing (I have subscription now so does not matter but...) in my email. Good job warning people of the change coming up. Sometime we may seem like azzez...but we only trying to make you the best company out there for the web.

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