16.3. Text Controls
HTML supports three types of text-input elements: textfields, password fields, and text areas. Each is given a name, and the value is taken from the content of the control. The name and value are sent to the server when the form is submitted, which is typically done by means of a submit button (see Section 16.4).
|HTML Element:||<INPUT TYPE="TEXT" NAME="..." ...> (No End Tag)|
|Attributes:||NAME (required), VALUE, SIZE, MAXLENGTH, ONCHANGE, ONSELECT, ONFOCUS, ONBLUR, ONKEYDOWN, ONKEYPRESS, ONKEYUP|
This element creates a single-line input field where the user can enter text, as illustrated earlier in Listings 16.1, 16.2, and 16.3. For multiline fields, see TEXTAREA in the following subsection. TEXT is the default TYPE ...