uCertify Lesson 5
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Based on values that the user has entered before, the browser automatically completes values, when autocomplete is on. It allows the browser to predict the value.
Specifies that a form control should have input focus when the page loads, unless the user overrides it, for example, by typing in a different control.
Represents a control from which the user can obtain additional information or controls on demand if required.
Represents one email address. Line breaks are automatically stripped from the input value.
Specifies the file or application that will submit the form.
Specifies how the form data is encoded with the POST method type.
Specifies which HTTP method (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE) will be used to submit the form data.
Specifies the target window for the form results.
Enables the user to associate a series of options with a particular field.
Allows more than one value to be entered from the datalist element.
Allows us to set the placeholder text as we do in HTML4 with the value attribute. It should only be used for short descriptions. For anything longer, the title attribute is used.
Represents search entry field.
Specifies the legal number intervals for an <input> element. If this attribute is not defined, the default value is 1.
Represents a summary, caption, or legend for the contents of the summary element's parent details element, if any.
Represents a control for editing a telephone number.
For web addresses. Line breaks and leading and trailing whitespaces are automatically stripped from the input value.
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