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For example prevent the email textbox for a user to enter @company.Asked by epiplakouzinaskitchen on August 27, 2016 at 01:31 PM
For example prevent the email textbox for a user to enter @company.com OR @whatever.com OR @anotheremail.com
Can this be done ?
This is a re-post of a comment on Getting Started with the basics of Input Masking
Are you hoping to prevent your users from entering the domain part of their email address?
Is it something like this https://form.jotform.com/62396090293965
If so, just use a regular textbox - You won't even need masking in this scenario. Just setup one textbox that will accept the mailbox part of the email address and then place a second textbox right beside that, that will show the domain part of the email address.
Input masking is something that is used IF and ONLY IF you're aiming to get an exact format (e.g. if you're expecting 02-33-29 to be the input, all numeric, then you'd setup the mask as ##-##-##)
Related guide: Getting-Started-with-the-basics-of-Input-Masking
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