URL attribute

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  • lucasbarbosa

    Hello! When using the URL attribute it only accepts the filling if you inform the full url address, starting with htpps://, we know that many users have difficulty recording this and just digital the domain of the site in a simple way, to try to solve, I changed the attribute field for text and insert the code:

    <a href="%value%">%value%</a>

    However when clicking on the link, it redirects to the website itself and the 404 error.


    It works this way for security reasons, please consider using the “URL” attribute because with a plain text attribute users will be able to input a relative path to your site (or malicious content). URL is a standard browser field and it will ask the user to add a “http” or “https” on form validation.

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