Email validation bootstrap code snippets will enhance the quality of the data you intake on your forms and databases. Learn how and why with our displayed examples.
A basic snippet of code is all you need to do a basic email validation. The problem is basic email validation does not work for today’s complicated technology environment or the array of servers in the world.
Here is a basic example of how to do a email validation bootstrap code:
<h2>Basic Email Verification</h2>
<div class=”col-sm-offset-4 col-sm-4″><form method=”post”>
<label for=”verify-email”>Verify Email Address</label>
<div class=”input-group” data-verify=”email”><input id=”verify-email” class=”form-control” name=”verify-email” required=”” type=”text” placeholder=”Verify Email Address” /></div>
<button class=”btn btn-primary col-xs-12″ disabled=”disabled” type=”submit”>Submit This Email</button>
This is only a start. Truly you should install a email validation API with any bootstrap snippet that you use on a email address submission form.
Email-Checker’s API can be used to verify an email address in real-time. Checking a email with only bootstrap checks only syntax and domain. An API introduces another dept of validation that checks if the user mailbox is available.
Mailbox checking is the only way to know for sure if an email address is valid, you can’t do it with an email validation bootstrap code snippet alone.
We’ll also search for common typos and suggest alternatives. Something else you can’t get with a code snippet. E.g. email@example.com is more likely to be firstname.lastname@example.org so we’ll validate what the user has entered on you form, but provide you with the more likely alternative suggestion too.
You can only win and improve the quality of your data by pairing an API.