How to add US Phone number format and validation with Elementor Form

Generally, Elementor Phone number field in Elementor Form doesn’t support country wise masking for Phone number formatting. So, we will do it manually.

To create a form with a number field in the US phone number format using Elementor, you can follow these steps. This approach utilizes Elementor’s form widget and a bit of custom JavaScript for enforcing the US phone number format (###) ###-####.

Add the following JavaScript code using any code snippet plugin.

jQuery(document).ready(function($) {
    // Change field_9c47410 to the appropriate ID of your Elementor form field
    var inputField = $('#form-field-xxxx');

    // Add event listener for input event
    inputField.on("input", function() {
        // Get the entered value
        var enteredValue = inputField.val();

        // Remove any characters that are not numbers, brackets, or dashes
        var cleanedValue = enteredValue.replace(/[^\d()\-, ]/g, '');

        // Format the value as US phone number
        var formattedValue = cleanedValue.replace(/(\d{3})(\d{3})(\d{4})/, '($1) $2-$3');

        // Update the input field value with the formatted value

        // Validate input
        if (cleanedValue.length !== 14) {
            // Display a validation message for invalid length
            inputField[0].setCustomValidity("Phone number must be exactly 14 characters.");
        } else if (!isValidPhoneNumber(cleanedValue)) {
            // Display a validation message for invalid input
            inputField[0].setCustomValidity("Please enter a valid US phone number.");
        } else {
            // Clear any previous validation message

    // Add event listener for form submission
    $('form').on('submit', function(event) {
        var inputField = $('#form-field-xxxx');
        // Validate input before submission
        if (!inputField[0].checkValidity()) {
            // Prevent form submission if there's a validation error

// Function to validate US phone number
function isValidPhoneNumber(phoneNumber) {
    var phoneRegex = /^\(\d{3}\) \d{3}-\d{4}$/;
    return phoneRegex.test(phoneNumber);

Final Result

After adding the above snippet, this is how it will look

Final Recommendations

  • Test the Changes: Ensure that you test these changes on a staging or development version of your site first. This helps to avoid any potential issues on your live website.
  • Consider User Experience: While formatting and placeholders can improve user experience, ensure they work seamlessly across different browsers and devices.

This approach should provide a more intuitive and guided experience for users entering their phone numbers during the WooCommerce checkout process.

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