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    ABW Ambassador Doug247's Avatar
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    How Do I Create a Required Field In a Form?
    I have created a form (not for me) which is in .asp. I now need to make on of the fields required. How is this done is? I'm sure it is simple but when I searched GGL I could not really find anything.

    btw: Sorry if this is in the wrong area.
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    Doug

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    Just have your code check the fields upon submission and report any errors when displaying the page. You can also try Javascript which is client side, but it's much better to do it server side as people can circumvent Javascript. You could do both Javascript and server-side checks which is ideal but more time consuming.

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    ABW Ambassador Doug247's Avatar
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    Got it Snib
    Thanks,
    Doug

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    If you want to really make it easy on youself, check out FreedBack - you design forms and get code to paste.

    The responses drop into their admin area and can be exported to csv and other formats.

    You can set up confirmation emails and stuff - very useful tool.
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