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JavaScript Build an Interactive Website jQuery Plugins Simple Email Validation Plugin

Ryan Maskell
Ryan Maskell
1,294 Points

Must be broken?

I am positive I am doing this right, when I go to task three it says task two is wrong when nothing has changed about it. All I do is add the next line of code..

var isValid = $("input").validEmail();
$("textarea").validEmail(on:"keyup", success:function(){}, failure:function(){});

1 Answer

Mark Southard
Mark Southard
9,502 Points

The parameters and methods in the validEmail call should be wrapped with {}:

$('textarea').validEmail({ ... });