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08-24-2018 04:26 AM - edited 08-24-2018 04:27 AM
I am reviving a very old thread but since its related to regex, I chose to mention here-
Has anybody faced utag.js errors on firefox and safari browsers due to negative lookbacks in regex. It caused an issue on one of my publishes as Chrome works perfectly fine.
I am trying to write a regex within a load rule to make sure the URL follows below pattern-
subdomain.abc.com (should match)
www.abc.com (should return false).
Hence I built a regex using regex101 as-
This works fine for chrome but fails to compile on firefox and safari due to negative look back (?<).
Can anybody help me with this
08-28-2018 11:23 AM - last edited on 08-28-2018 11:25 AM by kathleen_jo
Is it possible to use something like [a-z]+([^www])\.abc\.com to meet your needs?
Tested in FF:
var a = /[a-z]+([^www])\.abc\.com/;
*Chrome is the only browser that supports lookbehinds from ECMA2018 from what I read.
08-29-2018 01:32 AM
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