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Awesome Arsalan. Thanks for getting back to me! I'll link to Cloudways, if that works for you?
Awesome Justin, thanks! Where would you like me to link for you?
Personally -- I think the one pager. At least I know what I'm getting into. When there are an unknown amount of fields that keep appearing, I'm more likely to abandon the form out of exasperation.
Looks likes a great time-saver! Will be using it.
very good article! Thanks for the info!
Which is the lesser of two evils:
A) A daunting-looking multi-field form, all on one page?
B) A mutli-step form, but with the form fields split up -- so the first page looks shorter?
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