input — <input />
input element is used
to create a variety of form input controls. The type of control is
defined by the
Following is a complete list of attributes (with descriptions)
that can be used with the
element. Not all attributes can be used with all control types.
The attributes associated with each control type are listed
Specifies alternative text for an image used as a button.
Specifies a comma-separated list of content types that a server processing the form will handle correctly. It can be used to filter out nonconforming files when prompting a user to select files to send to the server.
Assigns an access key (keyboard shortcut) to an element for quicker access.
Deprecated. Specifies the alignment of an image.
When this attribute is added, a checkbox will be checked by default.
Disables the control for user input. It can be altered only via a script. Browsers may display disabled controls differently (grayed out, for example), which could be useful for dimming certain controls until required info is supplied.
Indicates that the graphic is used as the basis for a server-side image map (an image containing multiple hypertext links). This attribute may be used with the “image” input type only.
Specifies the maximum ...