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Using a Checkbox as a "Confirm you understand"

Question asked by bo55vxr on Sep 19, 2018
Latest reply on Sep 19, 2018 by N M

Hi all,

 

We've all seen forms around the internet where you have to explicitly click a check box to say you've read and understood the terms and conditions and it won't let you continue until you do....

 

Basically, I want to do the same on my (Responsive) form.

 

I have a checkbox (not connected to any backing field) which is used in a Rule for the Submit button... the rule only seems to allow one of two ways to work:- 

 

Option 1. I can  disable the button ignoring any clicking on it   .. however the button has no "state" differentiation and still shows the same as if it was enabled... users will wonder "Why doesn't this button work"

 

Option 2. I can hide the button but then the users will ponder "How on earth do I save this form"

 

Neither of which provide a look and feel that I am happy with.... Ideally, I want option 1 but I want the button to go "dim" to show that its not clickable and then they can scan the form to check they've done all they should.

 

 

Any suggestions welcome please.

 

Thanks.

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