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placeholder in RoR form?

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I have a default message in a form ( I used the placeholder attribute).
Unfortunately, when I submit a form it doesnt like this attribute (that field must appear blank), because if I type over it it works.

Is there something else I should use besides the placeholder attribute?

posted Jun 18, 2018 by anonymous

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