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    How to Enable Form Field Validation?

    Convert Pro introduces a new option for Form Field Validation, which will help the user to submit the form with correct information. [ Available from Convert Pro version 1.5.2 and above ]

    Whenever the Name form field or Phone form field is added while designing the popup, a new option in the setting will appear to enable the validation.

    Here two things will be available when enabled the option.

    • Enter Regular Expression.
    • Enter the Message Title.

    Let’s get started with it:

    # For Name Form Field:

    Step 1 -> Drag and Drop the Name form field.

    Step 2 -> Enable the Validation.

    Note: 

    • By default, a regular expression is set for the Name form field, in that it will accept only the characters.
    • A message title is set when the user enters invalid input which does not match the regular expression.
    Regular ExpressionDescription
    [A-Za-z\s]+Accepts only the characters.[Default]
    [A-Za-z]+Accepts only the characters for single word input.
    Ex.: John
    ^[^\x00-\x1f\x21-\x26\x28-\x2d\x2f-\x40\x5b-\x60\x7b-\xff]+$Matches common ASCII names without special characters.
    Ex.: Sir. Isaac Newton, Tom O’Leary, John Doe
    Enable Form Field Validation

    In case if the pattern is not matched the error message will be displayed as shown below:

    Screen Recording 2020-09-23 at 12.34.36.27 PM.gif

    # For Phone Form Field:

    Step 1 -> Drag and Drop the Phone form field.

    Step 2 -> Enable the Validation.

    Note: 

    • By default, a regular expression is set for the Phone form field, in that it will accept only the numbers.
    • A message title is set when the user enters invalid input which does not match the regular expression.
    Regular ExpressionDescription
    [0-9]{10}Accepts only numbers.[Default]
    ^(\+)[0-9]{12}Accepts the phone number starting with ‘+’ with 12 number digits.
    Ex.: +123456789012
    ^[2-9]\d{2}-\d{3}-\d{4}$This expression matches a hyphen separated US phone number, of the form
    ANN-NNN-NNNN, where A is between 2 and 9 and N is between 0 and 9.
    Ex.: 800-555-5555

    In case if the pattern is not matched the error message will be displayed as shown below:

    Screen Recording 2020-09-23 at 12.21.03.07 PM.gif

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