Cannot create a gig, "Title contains illegal characters"


#1

The illegal characters are “write a great review for you.” What’s wrong with Fiverr?


#2

Image attached


#3

It’s most likely the exclamation point as I don’t see anything else wrong with it.


#4

It’s the exclamation point that is causing that…


#5

You can’t have exclamation points, periods, dollar signs, percent signs, etc. The only characters that you can have besides letters, numbers, and spaces are slashes (/) or commas (,)



Fiverr is so picky about some of these things! Ughh! Anyways, Good luck to you :slight_smile:


#6

Also, just a tip, there’s no space between the word “web” and “site”-- its one word-- “website” If you change this detail, it will help your search results! :slight_smile:


#7

It’s your eyes, the way they gaze into my soul may or may not be causing that error.



Don’t listen to these clowns saying its the !


#8

The “eyes” have it! :stuck_out_tongue:


#9

Hi, My gig is giving me the same problem. Attached a screen with the reply, please help, thanks.


#10

brackets?!


#11

You can’t use () in gig description or gig extras.

Letters, numbers, commas (,), and slashes (/) only.


#12

Hello everyone,
I having this error anytime I try to save my gig “Gig items info short title please use only letters, numbers or ,±& characters in the title”. What do I do to rectify this? Your suggestions are very much welcomed. Thanks.


#13

my same proble how to slove this
please say same about this


#14

Thank you! Just had this problem myself.

Don’t include ( or ) in your Gig Extra title!


#15

My title is simply this:

3D Walkthrough

And it was flagged as containing illegal characters. What?! I tried different variations of the same characters (caps, no caps, 3 words, etc.), but all were considered illegal. Is the 3D profession considered illegal by Fiverr? “Fiverr” should be illegal by that standard.


#16

You need to start it with another word - do, create, render etc.

Try ‘do 3d walkthrough’ - deliberately with a small d - it might work. :sunny:

No, 3D work is not illegal. :wink: