Discussion in 'Programming & Webmastering' started by Morrison5891, May 1, 2013.
Very true. JQuery will work on more browsers than HTML5 will, that's for sure.
Example for what Aquinus said are username and email fields on the registration form.
On client side you should check if username is long enough, has only allowed characters and for email if it's right format.
On server side you should check if username or email already exist in the database users table.
Some user registration forms may do all validation on server side, but none can do all validation on client side.
Separate names with a comma.