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  • # April 7, 2013 at 2:24 am

    Hello All.

    I have a query and i need a suggestion for it

    while designing contact form is it advisable to eliminate the (required) text and related status of text fields. It’s probably better to get a few blank forms than lose a potential prospect.

    Looking forward to hear from you all

    Thanks in advance

    Mayura

    jmc
    # April 7, 2013 at 4:08 pm

    If I am understanding the question correctly, you’re asking if it’s worth making some input fields not reqire pecifically requested information in order to send a message

    I personally wouldn’t advise it. I’m sure it depends on how you intend to use your contact form. But I think there are certain pieces of information that are absolutely vital for communication between you and the client to take place (email, phone number, etc.) and it would benefit you to make at least those fields a requirement.

    # April 9, 2013 at 9:30 pm

    hi jmc.. thank you so much for for your precious and knowledge sharing comment. even i think that email validation should be here if not all is client need but at least email should be validated. some client find uncomfortable to share phone number, but at least email must be requested. thanx again

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