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Provide the required text in the label. Provide a graphic * image in the label with appropriate alt text. Providing a star (asterisk) symbol. Use of color to identify if a form control is required. Providing HTML5 and ARIA required attributes.
Mandatory fields are questions that must be answered before the form can be submitted. Mandatory fields are also called compulsory or required fields. The opposite of a mandatory field is an optional field. Optional fields are also sometimes called voluntary fields.
Required or mandatory fields are form questions that must be answered by the user before the form can be submitted. The opposite of required fields are optional fields. And this is where users can choose whether to answer the form questions or not.
Provide the required text in the label. Provide a graphic * image in the label with appropriate alt text. Providing a star (asterisk) symbol. Use of color to identify if a form control is required. Providing HTML5 and ARIA required attributes.
i.e. fields would be marked with an asterisk with a note somewhere explicitly stating the meaning. Eventually it becomes widespread and users assume it means 'required' without referencing the footnote. Much in the same way we are taught that red labels mean required.
The required attribute is a boolean attribute. When present, it specifies that an input field must be filled out before submitting the form. Note: The required attribute works with the following input types: text, search, url, tel, email, password, date pickers, number, checkbox, radio, and file.
Asterisk (*) next to a form control's label usually indicates it as "required".
Multi-step forms out-perform single-step forms. Remove all non-essential fields. Use conditional logic to shorten your forms. Top-left aligned labels are best for readability & completion. Avoid placing questions side-by-side. Give people a reason to use your form.
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