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How I can add placeholder in my input/textarea fields?

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Cognito Forms does not currently allow you to specify a HTML placeholder for text fields. However, you can specify a default value that will appear as a prompt for users that they can later replace.

The following shows how you would specify a default value for a text field.

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  • Thanks for your reply. That's what I am doing right now but I don't think is a best option because in that case required will not work properly. So I think forms should have placeholder. Jan 21, 2016 at 14:37
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If you need a required field and want to utilize Jamie's recommendation, you could use the "Show Custom Error" feature to show a custom error message and prevent the form from being submitted. Below is an example:

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You would then get an error when you try to submit the form and the text was not modified from "Placeholder text.".

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