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go4gold
VP-ASP New User

151 Posts

Posted - October 06 2008 :  01:59:57  Show Profile  Visit go4gold's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi,

I'm getting maybe 5% of my customers making typing mistakes when they complete their email addresses. I'm sure many of these could be avoided by having a second box for "Confrm Email" in shopmaillist.asp and shopcustregister.asp.

Does anyone know how to add this please? Thanks for any help.


Go4Gold

go4gold
VP-ASP New User

151 Posts

Posted - November 07 2009 :  18:32:31  Show Profile  Visit go4gold's Homepage  Reply with Quote
One year later and I'm still no wiser! Anyone have any idea how to do this please?

Cheers!

Go4Gold
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soft-vendor.com
Starting Member

Pakistan
6 Posts

Posted - November 09 2009 :  12:01:01  Show Profile  Visit soft-vendor.com's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I need this also If somebody can help us please.



Zaintech Technologies
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creativechaos
VP-ASP New User

Australia
64 Posts

Posted - November 09 2009 :  23:57:53  Show Profile  Visit creativechaos's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi guys,

To implement this, there would need to be a few changes made to the shopcustomer.asp, shopcustomerform.asp and shopcustregister.asp files to support the new field and the validation.

I would be more than happy to put together an obligation free estimate to carry out this customization for you if you like. If you both wanted to proceed with this work, the development costs could be split.

If you are interested, feel free to get in touch at http://www.creativechaos.com.au/contactus.htm

Having had 4 years experience working at VPASP, I have a comprehensive understanding of the software and all associated modules.

Cheers,

Michael Dunkley
Creative Chaos
http://www.creativechaos.com.au

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go4gold
VP-ASP New User

151 Posts

Posted - November 11 2009 :  15:08:30  Show Profile  Visit go4gold's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi Michael,

Thanks for your feedback. I thought I recognised your name - is Creative Chaos your own business? If so, well done for taking the leap and good luck with your new venture!

I'm amazed that no-one has done this customisation already as so many sites have this. It probably is not at the top of my priority list for my website budget but its just one of those niggles that you feel really should be included as standard.

I may come back to it in the New Year.

Thanks.

Go4Gold
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creativechaos
VP-ASP New User

Australia
64 Posts

Posted - November 12 2009 :  05:49:12  Show Profile  Visit creativechaos's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi Go4Gold,

Yes Creative Chaos is my own business - I left VPASP just over two months ago to focus on building that up. One of the things I am hoping to begin doing shortly is creating cheap accessible add-ons for VPASP so I will add this one to the list of potential scripts.

Some of the customization requests on the forum (such as your other ticket I replied to regarding captcha) are easy enough to give text directions to make the modifications yourself, but those requiring changes to multiple files become a bit too complex to write out instructions for. This is one of those types of customizations. As I mentioned earlier, changes would need to be made to shopcustomer.asp, shopcustomerform.asp and shopcustregister.asp at a minimum to implement this.

If you want to expedite the development of this feel free to get in touch and I'll be happy to work out an arrangement with you.

Cheers,

Michael Dunkley
Creative Chaos
http://www.creativechaos.com.au
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go4gold
VP-ASP New User

151 Posts

Posted - November 12 2009 :  13:52:43  Show Profile  Visit go4gold's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Thanks Michael,

I appreciate the help given on the forum but realise too that you need to make a living! I have some broader redesign thoughts which I may also contact you on once they are better formulated in my mind.

Cheers!

Go4Gold
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interface engineer
Starting Member

USA
30 Posts

Posted - December 21 2009 :  13:09:19  Show Profile  Visit interface engineer's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I did a simple JS hack for this:
<script>
function valemail() {
var one = document.shipping.strEmail.value.toLowerCase();
var another = document.shipping.strEmail2.value.toLowerCase();
if(one == another) {document.getElementById('valresult').innerHTML = ''; }
else {document.getElementById('valresult').innerHTML = 'your email addresses do not match';}
}
</script>

HTML:
your email address
<input class="custxtfield" size="40" name="strEmail" value="" style="margin-top:2px;" onblur="document.shipping.strEmail2.focus();"/>

confirm your email address
<input class="custxtfield" size="40" name="strEmail2" value="" style="margin-top:2px;" onBlur="valemail();"/> <span id="valresult" style="color:red;"></span>

I didn't add the strEmail2 field to the DB since it doesn't seem necessary.

Steve

www.interfaceengineer.com
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