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  • Control Attributes in HTML5

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    There are certain attributes that add up in HTML5 which makes the form attributes much more interactive and validation free.

    There are certain example for control attribute:

    1. Read only - This will make the input type in read only mode.
    Ex:

    <input type="text" readonly>

    2. Disabled - This will make the input type in non editable.
    Ex:

    <input type="text" disabled>

    3. min and max - This will makes the input box with a max and min limit.
    Ex:

    <input type="date" max="1990-12-1">
    <input type="date" min="20016-01-02">

    4. Multiple - It helps you to upload more than 1 file.
    Ex:
     

    <input type="file" multiple>

    5. placeholder - It makes your input type with a short hint of that element.
    Ex:

    <input type="text" placeholder="Enter name">

    6. required - It is used for validation as user have to fill that field.
    Ex:

    <input type="text" placeholder="Enter name" required>

    7. steps - It makes your element with the no. of steps that you want to give.
    Ex:

    <input type="number" step="3">


    8. autofocus - It makes you element with the focus on it.
    Ex:

    <input type="text" autofocus>

    These are some example of how we can use these control attribute in our file.

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