I currently do freelance web development for a company named Kyjen. They create fun and innovative dog toys, so I suggest checking them out.
For what I’m working on now, I needed to accept a URL of a Youtube video that the user would submit. I looked into the jQuery Validate plugin and saw that they had the ability to validate if the user submission was a valid URL.
That’s great and all; however, it didn’t prevent people from submitting non-Youtube videos which would be a problem for in the future if we wanted to embed the user submitted videos.
The Validate plugin has the method of adding your own custom methods, and I was able to write my own to only accept valid Youtube URLs. Here’s what I came up with:
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