HTML <input> Tag
<input> HTML element is one of the versatile elements of the form and allows you to create different parts of the interface and provide user interaction. Mainly
<input> is intended for creating text fields, various buttons, radio buttons and check boxes.
<input> attribute that defines the type of element is type. It allows you to specify the following form elements: text field ( text ), password field ( password ), radio button, checkbox , hidden field, button, button for submitting a form, submit button to clear the form ( reset ), a field for sending a file ( file ), a button with an image ( image ), etc. For each element there is a list of attributes that determine its type and characteristics. In addition, more than a dozen new elements have been added to HTML5.
- Permitted Parents
- Any element that accepts phrasing content
- None. It is an empty element.
- Start/End Tags
- Start tag: required, End tag: forbidden
<form action="" method="post">
First name: <input type="text" name="first_name">
Last name: <input type="text" name="last_name">
<input type="submit" value="Submit">
<input type="reset" name="Reset">
Specifies the type of control.
|name||Assigns a name to the input control.|
|value||Specifies the value of an input element|
|size||Specifies the width of an input field|
|maxlength||Specifies the maximum length (in characters) of an input field (for type="text" or type="password")|
|checked||If type="radio" or type="checkbox" it will already be selected when the page loads.|
|src||If type="image", this attribute specifies the location of the image.|
|align||For alignment (left, center, right, justify).|
|alt||Alternate text. This specifies text to be used in case the browser/user agent can't render the input control.|
|accept||Specifies a comma-separated list of content types that the server accepts.|
|readonly||Sets the input control to read-only - it won't allow the user to change the value. The control however, can receive focus and are included when tabbing through the form controls.|
|disabled||Disables the input control. The button won't accept changes from the user. It also cannot receive focus and will be skipped when tabbing.|
<input> tag also supports the Global Attributes in HTML5
<input> tag also supports the Event Attributes in HTML5
|Tablets / Mobile|
Last updated by CSSPortal on: 6th December 2019