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How to Set Default Value for Password Field in Laravel

One of the great features of Laravel is the helper class that allows developers to create form fields quickly. This helper class contains a variety of methods for creating different types of fields, including the password field. To create a password field, you simply need to call the make method on the helper class, provide the name of the field, and specify the type as “password”.

{{ Form::password('email_password', array('class' => 'form-control')) }}

However, this method doesn’t allow us to set a default value for the password field. In this article, we’ll show you an alternate way to set a default value for the password field in Laravel.

{!! Form::input('password', 'email_password', $settings['email_password'], array('class' => 'form-control')) !!}

Using Form::input() with password as type allows developers to set a default value for the field.

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