View Source from Safari on iPad

UPDATE: Thank you to Rixtur for the update for iOS 6. Steps updated.

I’ve been enjoying the iPad quite a bit.  This device is going to change everything.  I have lots of thoughts, one of which is that the iPad will be a high productivity device.  Feeding into that, here’s a quick way to view the html, css and javascript source code of a web page from Safari on the iPad.
This guide is adapted from Dustin Caruso’s note on viewing source in Safari for the iPhone.

1. Visit this page using Safari on your iPad. Continue reading View Source from Safari on iPad

Contact Us Javascript Form Validation and Custom Fields in SalesForce

The web Contact Us form serves as an important starting point for people interested in a product or service.  For a big company, handling inbound leads over the course of a long sales process requires a strong CRM.  SalesForce is a fully featured CRM plaform, however in my experience it has somehow ignored an important source for sales leads: contact us forms on the company website.

Salesforce does not explain how its clients should go about crafting a quality Contact Us web page.

What is a quality Contact Us web page?  

Generally you’ll find the same type of fields on Contact Us pages across the web.  You are asked for your first and last name, job title, complete address and something specific about your query, like Where did you hear about us? Or What model Range Rover are you interested in?

 What’s the use of having their name if you don’t have their phone number?  Usually, a company will want to set specific form fields to required. Checking whether a potential customer has filled out a required answer is called form validation. Continue reading Contact Us Javascript Form Validation and Custom Fields in SalesForce