This article covers 10 HTML attributes that you may not be familiar with. These include the autocomplete, download, contenteditable, read-only, accept, autofocus, spell check, hidden, controls, and autoplay attributes. Each attribute is briefly explained and an example is provided.
HTML is the language to put words on the internet.
We use it every day.
But here are 10 HTML attributes you might not know to exist:🧵👇
→ The autocomplete attributes specify whether the browser is allowed to aid in filling out the form fields or not.
→ If turned on, it will assist users with auto-filling options such as email, phone numbers, nationality, and so on.
→ The download attribute on an anchor tag specifies that the file/object should be downloaded to the local storage when a user clicks on the hyperlink.
3. Content Editable
→ The contenteditable attribute allows the user to edit the content of an element.
→ The read-only attribute specifies that an input field is read-only and can't be edited.
→ The accept attribute value is a string that defines the file types the file input should accept.
→ The autofocus attribute indicates that the particular element should be focused on page load.
7. Spell Check
→ The spellcheck attribute defines whether the element is checked for spelling errors.
→ The hidden attribute specifies whether or not the element is visible.
→ The controls attribute specifies whether or not the audio-video controls should be displayed on the default player.
→ The autoplay attribute ensures that the audio/video will automatically start playing as soon as it is loaded.
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