An eCommerce store I’m working on needs to be able to export csv documents with order data in order to print labels through the postal services’ printer. Using Store Exporter Deluxe plugin I have achieved this. However, the postal company’s system uses commas as the delimiter, so when someone adds a comma in their address their system marks it as a new field.
Any suggestions how to eradicate commas from the form field so? I’m thinking there must be a way of flagging them as an invalid form entry, prompting the customer to re-enter without a comma.
Any help greatly appreciated, as site launch is Monday. Postal company really should update their system, I know.
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