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i am trying to add keyup function in wordpress so email address is directly populated from blog admin and when users type/edit the email address the corresponding link gets updated accordingly.

Here is my code

<input name="pluginemail" type="text" id="pluginemail" value="'.get_bloginfo('admin_email').' " onchange="kpoejy.updateSignupEmail();"> <a type="button" id="request_key" class="button button-primary" title="Request a new API key" href="http://somesitess.com/g11.php?pluginemail='.get_bloginfo('admin_email').'" onmouseenter="kpoejy.updateSignupEmail();" target="_blank">Request Key</a>

here is javascript in external file named javascr.js

 var kpoejy= function() {
   function updateSignupEmail() {
        jQuery('#request_key').attr('href', jQuery('#request_key').attr('href').split('?')[0] + '?pluginemail=' + jQuery('#pluginemail').val());
    }}

this is included using

    wp_register_script( 'javas-js', plugins_url( '/js/dist/javascr.misc.js', __FILE__ ), array( 'jquery' ) );

i tried wp_localize_script, wp_enqueue_script also but getting always same error

Uncaught ReferenceError: kpoejy is not defined

any idea where i am doing mistake. its for wordpress 4.8

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    Please provide the complete error message. Usually, the error message will tell you the file the variable was used. You can use that info as a clue to looking for the issue. – Rick Hellewell Jul 18 '17 at 20:44
  • As Rick Hellewell already said, please update the question with more infos. Especially: How and where are you enqueuing? Can you see that the file is successfully loaded via network tab in the developer console? – kero Jul 19 '17 at 14:57
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You're not properly defining the JS object. The following will work

var kpoejy = {
        updateSignupEmail: function() {
            // code
        }
    };

Because now you're making kpoejy an object (via {}) and inside assign the key updateSignupEmail a function.

What you did previously was to assign kpoejy a function, and inside that define another function.

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