If I should have posted this in another forum please let me know.
We don't really have that regex available to share but all we're doing is checking for things like the following:
* Contains an @ sign
* Has a .xxx (make sure no one is entering something like me@me)
* Has 2 parts (email@example.com)
The best thing to do IMO is just do a quick Google search for some battle tested JS snippets to handle some solid email validation. You'll catch all of the possible errors we look for for sure.
I will try to do these basic checking procedures you have posted here. Most of the times, the two parts are mostly disregard (firstname.lastname@example.org), I'll try to be more vigilant about it. I also have some fine results for battle tested JS snippets.
Is it possible to use your email validation and page, but be able to stylize it ourselves?
Do you mean you want to stylize the Subscribe Confirmation Page? Our generic subscribe success page isn't customizable. You can, however, use your own page altogether. Just go to Customize subscribe process page from your subscriber list and you can add a URL to your own page. Let me know if you were looking for something else.
I'm not talking about the subscribe confirmation page, I'm talking about email validation. I'd like for it to be in-line validation to avoid having another page that's branded differently from the rest of the site.
I've added validation, but your validation still kicks in. How do I override it? I tried overriding it by changing the name field for email. This method works, but then your captcha kicks in.
I'm not much of a developer at all, so any help would be much appreciated, thank you!
I got it working fine by using getElementById. Thanks!
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