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Password Field

What does it do?

  • General: If you want to show two password field in the frontend, use this fieldtype. Password-fields can be set to mandatory fields. A validator checks if both values are the same. Passwords are stored as cleartext into database.

Frontend Output Example


Backend Configuration Example




Field Description Explanation Tab
Title Add a label for this field. The label is shown in the frontend near to this field. General
Type Choose a fieldtype. See explanation below for a special fieldtype. Different fields are related to some fieldtypes – not all fields are shown on every type. General
Mandatory Field This field must contain input. Check this if the field must contain input, otherwise submitting the form is not possible. Extended
Layout Choose a layout. This adds a CSS-Class to the frontend output. Administrator can add, remove or rename some of the entries. Extended
Description Add a description for this field. Per default a description will be rendered as title-attribute in the labels in frontend. Extended
Variables – Individual Fieldname This is a marker of this field. Use a field variable with {marker} in any RTE or HTML-Template. The marker name is equal in any language. Extended
Add own Variable Check this, if you want to set your own marker (see row before). After checking this button, TYPO3 ask you to reload. After a reload, you see a new field for setting an own marker. Extended
Language Choose a language. Choose in which frontend language this record should be rendered. Access
Hide Disable the form Enable or disable this record. Access
Start Startdate for this record. Same function as known from default content elements or pages in TYPO3. Access
Stop Stopdate for this record. Same function as known from default content elements or pages in TYPO3. Access