Replay Masking - Masking Form Inputs

By default, masking of form inputs is automatic. Text inputs (including password fields, which are already obscured but not masked) have their values replaced:

Masking Inputs

In some cases, you may want to see the contents of a specific field if it doesn’t contain personally identifiable information (PII). An example of this would be a search box. To unmask a particular field, you can add our whitelisting CSS class “fsrVisible” to the input:

<input type="text" class="fsrVisible" >

You can do this yourself on your HTML, or include the input in your Secure Information Form when going through the implementation process.

Other articles in this section:

  1. Masking Form Inputs (current article)
  2. Inline HTML Masking