How to add a contact form to a static website

Silvestar Bistrović on July 19, 2019

This post was originally published on Codementor. With the rise of static sites, developers need a service that could handle forms. Static website... [Read Full]
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What if "some user" deletes rules attributes by dev tools?

 

Hi Nikolay, im Miguel Co-Founder of Kwes.

The rules are synced server side on page load. So if someone tries to delete any rules via devtools, it will not affect the form in anyway since the rules were already synced and saved server-side every time the form is loaded. Same goes for the number of fields, the type attribute, etc. this means it also prevents people from injecting fake fields via devtools as well. Any of those changes via devtools are ignored by Kwes.

 

I am not sure how to prevent users/devs from messing around with dev tools. If you find out how, let me know. ✌

 

Very cool, I didn't know about this one. I'll give it a look.

I always use Netlify for hosting, and their forms package is built-in and free up to 100 submissions.

 

Netlify forms is a way to go, for sure. But they are lacking some features, like client-side validation.

 
 
 
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