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What's the best way to handle international number formatting in HTML5 and CSS3?

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Hi:

I was wondering what the best way was to handle number formatting in HTM5/CSS3.
Our website will be released in multiple countries with different currency/date formats.

I would like to find a way to handle formatting on both input fields and text  display in the cleanest implementation possible. I don't know if that needs to be done with jquery, javascript, CSS3 or sum combination there of.

Is there a good design pattern or best practice that should be used here?

Thanks,
JohnB
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Which countries?  Generally you should be doing it on the server side, based on the country that is the source of the page request.

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