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<INPUT ...>

Usage Recommendation
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  • TYPE: what type of field
  • NAME: name of this form field
  • VALUE: initial or only value of this field
  • SIZE: how wide the text field should be
  • MAXLENGTH: maximum number of characters
  • CHECKED: check this checkbox or radio button
  • BORDER: border around image
  • SRC: URL of image
  • ALT: text to show if you don't show the picture
  • LOWSRC: a version of the picture that isn't such a big file
  • WIDTH: width of image
  • HEIGHT: height of image
  • ALIGN: how text should flow around the picture
  • VSPACE: vertical distance between the picture and the text
  • HSPACE: horizontal distance between the picture and the text
  • READONLY: the value of this field cannot be changed
  • DISABLED: don't let the user do anything with this field
  • TABINDEX: tab order
  • LANGUAGE: scripting language to use
  • onClick: when the user clicks here
  • onChange: when this field is changed
  • onFocus: when this field gets the focus
  • onBlur: when this field loses the focus
  • onKeyPress: script to run when a key is pressed
  • onKeyUp: script for when a key goes up while the field has the focus
  • onKeyDown: script for when a key goes down while the field has the focus
  • AUTOCOMPLETE: If the browser should use autocompletion for the field

<INPUT ...> creates the data entry fields on an HTML form. (Well, it creates most types of fields, <TEXTAREA ...> and <SELECT ...> also create some, as does the new <BUTTON ...> tag.) The TYPE attribute establishes what type of field the input is creating. The other <INPUT ...> attributes affect different types of inputs different ways (or not at all). So let's jump straight into the TYPE attribute and look at the different types of input fields.

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