Button

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1 Introduction

The Sign-in button sends a user’s login ID and password to the server for authentication:

Button

Any errors are displayed in a validation message widget or in a pop-up window.

The Sign-in button should be placed on a page together with a Login ID text box and a Password text box.

2 Properties

An example of sign-in button properties is represented in the image below:

Button Properties

button properties consist of the following sections:

2.1 Common Section

For more information on properties in this section, see the Common Section section in Properties Common in the Page Editor.

2.2 Design Properties Section

The Design Properties allow you to change spacing and alignment of the widget and hide it on phone, tablet, or desktop, if needed. Design properties may vary depending on the type of the widget. For example, for the text widget you can change its font weight, color, alignment, and letter case.

2.3 General Section

Most properties of a sign-in button are the same as properties of buttons. For more information on button properties in the General section, see the General Section in Button Properties.

2.3.1 Validation Message Widget

Validation message widget is a specific property of a sign-in button. It defines the Validation message widget that displays authentication failure messages on a page. If no widget is selected in this property, authentication failure messages will be displayed in a pop-up window: Validation Failure

Default: None

2.4 Visibility Section

Visibility determines whether a widget is displayed to the end-user as part of the page.

For more information on properties of this section, see the Visibility Section section in Properties Common in the Page Editor.

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