এইচটিএমএল-এর বৈশিষ্ট্য (HTML Attribute)

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Type                                                                        Description 



<button>:  A push-button with no default behavior displaying the value of the value attribute, empty by default.


<checkbox>:  A checkbox allowing single values to be selected/deselected.


<color>:  A control for specifying a color; opening a color picker when active in supporting browsers.


<date>:  A control for entering a date (year, month, and day, with no time). Opens a date picker or numeric wheels for a year, month, the day when active in supporting browsers.


<datetime-local>:  A control for entering a date and time, with no time zone. Opens a date picker or numeric wheels for a date- and time-components when active in supporting browsers.


<email>:  A field for editing an email address. It looks like text input but has validation parameters and relevant keyboard in supporting browsers and devices with dynamic keyboards.


<file>:  A control that lets the user select a file. Use the accept attribute to define the types of files that the control can select.


<hidden>:  A control that is not displayed but whose value is submitted to the server. There is an example in the next column, but it’s hidden!


<image>:  A graphical submit button. Displays an image defined by the src attribute. The alt attribute displays if the image src is missing.


<month>:  A control for entering a month and year, with no time zone.


<number>:  A control for entering a number. Displays a spinner and adds default validation when supported. Displays a numeric keypad in some devices with dynamic keypads.


<password>:  A single-line text field whose value is obscured. Will alert the user if the site is not secure.


<radio>:  A radio button, allowing a single value to be selected out of multiple choices with the same name value.


<range>:  A control for entering a number whose exact value is not important. Displays as a range widget defaulting to the middle value. Used in conjunction min and max to define the range of acceptable values.


<reset>:  A button that resets the contents of the form to default values. Not recommended.


<search>:  A single-line text field for entering search strings. Line-breaks are automatically removed from the input value. May include a delete icon in supporting browsers that can be used to clear the field. Displays a search icon instead of the enter key on some devices with dynamic keypads.


<submit>:  A button that submits the form.


<tel>:  A control for entering a telephone number. Displays a telephone keypad in some devices with dynamic keypads.


<text>:  The default value. A single-line text field. Line-breaks are automatically removed from the input value.


<URL>:  A field for entering a URL. It looks like text input but has validation parameters and relevant keyboard in supporting browsers and devices with dynamic keyboards.


<week>:  A control for entering a date consisting of a week-year number and a week number with no time zone.


<datetime>:  A control for entering a date and time (hour, minute, second, and a fraction of a second) based on UTC time zone


 

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