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Hello Vito:

I assume you're using an older browser, such as IE 9 or below.  They do not support the placeholder attribute.
You did the right thing by including jquery.placeholder.js to get the effect. 
BTW: here is a link of all browsers that support placeholder:  http://caniuse.com/input-placeholder

Hope this helps.
Jack
Jack Poorte, Sep 05, 2013
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To answer my own question, here is what I did:  

I added  the jquery.placeholder.js plugin and  this code to app.js

$(function () {
    $('input, textarea').placeholder();
});

And now I can see placeholders on the input boxes! 
Great.

Vito Iacono, Sep 05, 2013
Thank you Danut. I shall work towards MVVM pattern adoption. - ursri
Jun 01, 2012
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