Is there a way on a number field to apply multiple ranges?
I'm attempting to set up a form which is nothing more than a simple "Validation" before you can proceed to the registration page. It ensures a member has a valid "Member number" before they can proceed to registration. Member numbers are 5 digits, but herein lies the rub; there are multiple ranges of member numbers. For example, the valid ranges are 10001 to 12000, then 20100 to 20200, 30000 to 30200, and finally 70000 through 70300.
I attempted to get around this by adding four separate HTML blocks that show text saying, "The number is valid." depending on the value entered in the field (This wouldn't be a problem as it is impossible for all four number ranges to be satisfied at once; it would simply be one or the other.) If any single one of these messages were displayed, I wanted the submit button to show; however, apparently you can't use conditional logic based on HTML blocks.
I also thought that perhaps I can have four submit buttons (All identical, one displays when one of the ranges is satisfied) however, you can't add more than one submit button to a form.
The only feasible solution I thought of (And certainly not optimal, I will explain), is to have four number boxes and a label above each that describes "If your number is between 10001 and 12000, enter here." This essentially defeats the purpose.
So I'm back to square one. I looked for add-ons that would feature advanced conditional logic, but no luck. To restate, I need a way for a user to enter a member number (Without being given instructions on what the acceptable range is) between multiple ranges, hit submit, and redirect to the registration page. Any help is appreciated.