I have a front end user registration form that asks for an email address. Is there no way to validate the email address by asking for it a 2nd time and comparing the 2 entries, and rejecting if they do not match? This is extremely common and weeds out people mis-typing their own email address. I can not find a field to accomplish this with and am surprised if it is not included in toolset.
"Please enter your email address"
"Please re-enter your email address" <-results in error if not the same as first
What is the link to your site?
However, you can still implement this feature with some custom codes. This is what you will need:
- Use a generic email field for the email-confirmation. And give it a slug.
- Use a custom PHP code to perform the validation on the server after submitting the form. You will need to hook into the cred_form_validate filter. https://toolset.com/documentation/programmer-reference/cred-api/#cred_form_validate
You can find examples of uses of generic fields and validation with this scoped google search hidden link
I hope this answers your request. Let me know if you have any further questions.