I have a question and hoping you lovely lot could help. Is there a possibility of requiring a contact to confirm an email address on a webform, by typing it in twice, and therefore a check is made to ensure they are the same email address? The layout of this would be as seen below:
The person who would be filling in the webform, would not be the contact themselves, but a staff member - i.e. this would be an internal form, so I would like to have a check in place to make sure there are no typos in the email address they input, as it would not be the customer themselves.
I have spoken to IS help, and they said it could be possible with a custom HTML snippet as a hidden field, but that’s all the info they gave me and suggested I bring this to the community.
PS: I do not have a web developer, so I would be doing this myself, so please explain any options to me veeerrrryyyyy simply!
You’d probably have to hire someone on fiver to do it for you. But on a seperate note, I just wouldn’t do it. It adds an unnecessary barrier to entry.
Most browsers auto fill information these days. So if 1 in 50 get their email wrong, big deal right? They’ll fill it out again with a proper email and problem solved.
Thanks for your replies everyone, I figured out a work around x