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Please use only ###-###-#### format. If you do not have a US phone number, leave blank.



Dynamic Forms Demonstration

This demonstration illustrates the use of regular expressions and question events.   Below is a breakdown of each field and how it is set up.


1) First Name - regular text box, required field.


2) Last Name - regular text box, required field.


3) Email - required field.  We used a regular expression that forces the user to enter an email that is standard format.  Regular expression used: ^[_a-zA-Z0-9-] (\.[_a-zA-Z0-9-] )*@[a-zA-Z0-9-] (\.[a-zA-Z0-9-] )*\.(([0-9]{1,3})|([a-zA-Z]{2,3})|(aero|coop|info|museum|name))$


4) Phone Number - we uses a regular expression for the phone number that forces the number to be entered in the following way: ###-###-####.  If the user enters letters or does not enter dashes between area code and suffix, they will be asked to enter in a valid entry.  This is not a required field, as those users who live outside of the United States are asked to skip this question.  We also used a Text Header on the phone number text box that instructs the user what the valid format is.  Regular expression used: \(?\d{3}[-.]\)? ?\d{3}[-.]\d{4}


5) Mailing address - regular text box, required field.


6) In which country do you live - SQL Driven Options, required field.  

  • If user chooses United States, next option is to choose a US state.  Drop down combo box for US state is done through SQL Driven Options.
  • If user chooses Canada, next option is to choose a Canadian Province.  Drop down combo box for Canadian Province is done through SQL Driven Options.
  • If user chooses Mexico, next option is to choose a Mexican state.  Drop down combo box for Mexican state was manually entered. ***Note: not all Mexican states are listed.

If user chooses any country other than the three listed above, the next question asks user to manually type in the region.  This is a regular text box. 


tip6.gifWould you like to setup your form just as this demonstration is setup? If so simply download this template and copy it to your DNN Portals Home Directory to use the IPORTABLE feature of the module (Select Import Content from the module menu and import the template):


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