Implementing LiveAddress API on your website may seem like a challenge if you are new HTML and/or website developing. You might become overwhelmed when you open the comprehensive 55-page guide provided with your purchase of LiveAddress API .
We at Qualified Address are committed to making address verification a breeze, so that you can focus more time on your nature of business and leave the address verification up to usthe experts. So, lets get started and get LiveAddress API on your website! The following steps will tell you how:
2. Authorize domain names for
In other words, you need to tell our systems where your website is. In the LiveAddress Verification API setup menu next to step 2, it says Authorize Domain Names. Type the full domain of your website in the text input box found underneath this. Be sure to type in the complete domain, with no missing parts! For example, if your website domain was mydomain.com, type mydomain.com; however, if your website domain is www.mydomain.com you
include www. because mydomain.com and www.mydomain.com are different web domains. If you own both www.mydomain.com and mydomain.com and need our services for both, be sure to declare both domains.
*Note: If you have more than one domain that you want to use LiveAddress for, make sure to add them all.*
Paste it to your page where you want to validate addresses.
(You could also include the code before thetag, but it must be included before thetag. Generally, the time it takes your page to load will be faster this way)
Next to name:, type whatever you would like to appear after the address is validated. This will appear in place of Billing Address, so that you know the address has been successfully scrubbed. For example, may like it to say New-and-Improved Address, or something of the sort. Type this into the field between the quotation marks.
Congratulations! Once you have finished these five steps, you have successfully implemented LiveAddress onto your own website. You are now on your way to having every address scrubbed the moment that they are entered!