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  1. Consider that __ is for translating text, not HTML.
  2. If you want those subdomains to behave a certain way then you have to write the configuration to do it.
  3. Not that I know of. The value is a date. Feed it to Date and be done with it.
  4. Let's take a closer look at the first two lines. var etaDate = new Date(); etaDate = document.getElementById("etaDate").value; On the first line, you set etaDate to be a new Date instance. On the second line you throw away that Date and instead get a value from some input. Does that seem weird? Also, the .value from a form field is always a string. Always.
  5. There's nothing unusual in there so I have to assume there's something more going on here than just the alert.
  6. What is "etaDate"? According to the code.
  7. Put the spinner in the place where the content is going to go, initially hidden, then unhide it when the button is clicked.
  8. That is the correct answer. Why do you not want to do it?
  9. Pretty sure nobody has an email address 65,535 characters long. Nor 150 either, for that matter. The technical limit is 320, but if you find someone complaining that their 151-character long email address isn't working in your system, you can deal with it then.
  10. I don't think I understand. Are you suggesting there's at least one other equally-valid solution besides increasing the length of the column? Why is it even limited to 32 in the first place?
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