August 29, 2016 at 3:12 pm #6116
Letting users hit “enter” to submit a form is a common pattern in web design. There are two ways to simulate the experience in UXPin:
When the user hits “enter”
- Select nothing to make the right-hand Canvas Properties menu appear.
- Create a new interaction: on key press.
- For that interaction, hit return in the “key” field. The word “enter” will appear.
- Choose what should happen in the “action” drop-down list. For example, you could have it visit a different page that displays search results.
The only caveat: this will work any time the user hits “enter,” whether or not they’ve clicked on a form element.
When the user exits an input field
- Select an input element.
- Create a new interaction: on blur.
- Choose what should happen in the “action” drop-down list, as in step 4 above.
As soon as a user clicks or tabs out of that input field, the form will “submit” to a new page or interaction. Try it yourself.
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