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    • 7045
    • 225 Posts
    My client just has to have two login forms on the same page, which is not needed. However, I am done arguing with him on this one.

    How can I make this happen? I figured a submitVar would work, but no dice. Am I missing something? Is it even possible without a major hack?

      • 37393
      • 68 Posts
      If im understanding you right, if you use multiple snippets of same type and same params on a page without any parameters that differ from eachother will create a conflict between these two snippet calls.

      What you need to do is that you will need to put a placeholder parameter into one of those two login snippets, e.g:


      Placeholders with prefix set in the parameter:

      Default placeholders by Login are:


      Hope this helped you,
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        • 7045
        • 225 Posts
        Thanks, I will give it a shot.
          • 46145
          • 4 Posts
          Did you find a solution? "toPlaceholder" parameter does not work for me :-(