HTML5 Form Validator Unicode Add-on Reference

More detailed overview of the features

In this article you will find a detailed overview of the available options within the HTML5 Form Validator Unicode Add-on. The main two features allows you to choose, which writing systems will be allowed in your forms - all of them or various selected from the dropdown. Also, you can explore the available Unicode properties that can also be allowed.


Full integration within HTML5 Form Validator

Once the extension is installed in Dreamweaver, all options are available under the HTML5 Form Validator.

Allow all Unicode scripts

Unicode letters only

In order to turn on all available scripts at once, just go to the text validation and select Unicode letters only.

Allow marks

Allow spacing, enclosing and non-spacing marks.

Allow numbers

Allow numbers, decimals and letter numbers.

Allow punctuation

Allow connector, dash, close, final, initial and other punctuation.

Allow symbols

Allow currency, modifier, mathematical and other symbols.

Allow separators

Allow space, paragraph, and line separators.


Add a message for your users so they know if they fail to enter the proper type of input.

Allow one or multiple Unicode scripts

Unicode script

You can choose certain writing systems to be allowed in your forms from the 131 available in the extension. Simply, select the scripts, which you want to be allowed. Here you can also let your users use marks, numbers, punctuation, symbols and separators from the available options.

Lubov Cholakova

Lubov CholakovaLubov has been with DMXzone for 8 years now, contributing to the Content and Sales departments. She is bringing high quality content in the form of daily blog updates, reviews, tutorials, news, newsletters,update emails and extensions' manuals. If you have a product that needs publicity or any other questions about the entire DMXzone community, she is the one you can contact.

See All Postings From Lubov Cholakova >>


Be the first to write a comment

You must me logged in to write a comment.