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* Is this a required field? – Freelance Web Designer Lee Munroe

tags: web, design, form, required

When you’re designing a form most of you will mark required fields with an asterisk (*). Then you’ll add something like “* Required fields” to the top of the form. But surely we now live in a world where everyone already knows this. Do we really need to include a legend indicating what the asterisk means?

url: http://www.leemunroe.com/required-fields/

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