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Hi 

I need to add a button that will redirect to a specific page on a HTML form

This button must be visible or not visible based on a condition from an authentication field

I created the html form and added this code:

<script>
if("[@authfield:User_Role]" == "Manager")

{

     ---> Add a code here that will show a button that will redirect to a page

}

</script>

 

Can someone send me an example code that I can place between the brackets?   I tried several options but nothing works.  

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On 8/26/2017 at 3:40 AM, LuluSW said:

Hi 

I need to add a button that will redirect to a specific page on a HTML form

This button must be visible or not visible based on a condition from an authentication field

I created the html form and added this code:

<script>
if("[@authfield:User_Role]" == "Manager")

{

     ---> Add a code here that will show a button that will redirect to a page

}

</script>

 

Can someone send me an example code that I can place between the brackets?   I tried several options but nothing works.  

Try using document.write, e.g.:


document.write('<button onclick=document.location.href="https://www.google.com">take  me away</button>');
 

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