Hey guys. I’ve spent several weeks building and working on my site. Now that I’ve gone to host it, I’ve found that it displays this message ‘Passwords cannot be submitted’ when a user signs up.
I have searched through the forums and there must be some kind of mistake as it seems a lot of people have this error. I note that webflow removed this feature a few years ago from the looks of things.
My questions are as follows:
1 - If users cannot sign up to a website on webflow without this pop up then: why does webflow not heavily advertise this up-front before taking money from customers?
2 - Why do webflow sites even have a password type available on forms if they aren’t able to be used?
3 - It seems like it still works just fine and my users become authenticated with firebase in the back-end, so, what’s the point of this pop up?
4 - Why are there even sign up templates still provided in webflow if they are restrained like this?
5 - How do I get a full refund for my webflow account if I can’t turn this pop-up off. The fact that this is not advertised up-front is genuinely extremely poor from Webflow.
I’m genuinely so frustrated right now. Am I missing something here. I can’t have a simple user sign up form without having this pop up?
Sorry if this seems rude, I’m just at the end of a very long few weeks of work and I’m astonished at how poorly this seems to be handled, but I apologize if I am missing something.