For example, you don't want to process a form that's missing critical information.
That's why Parsley is here: to let you define your general form validation, implement it on the backend side, and simply port it frontend-side, with maximum respect to user experience best practices.
In the example above, we load both French and Italian translations, and use Italian.
getparam=1ab There have been validation errors: [ , ] $ curl
You don't need to do that when i) using HTML 5 type="number" attribute, ii) and the step attribute is not specified, or its value is an integer The thousands and decimal separators might take different value in certain countries.
The following table introduces some popular values that are defined by various countries.
NOTE: you must still validate the input on the server.
People don't need to use your web page to send data to a server, and can send arbitrary values.
Alternatively you can define all your validations at once using a simple schema.