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HTML5 Form Fields

In this post I'm going to write about HTML5 form fields. HTML5 has introduced a lot of input controls, which would otherwise been very tedious to code using javascript.

Note that if the browser does not support any of these controls, it would just render a plain text field.
1. Color Picker: <input type="color"/>

2. Range slider
This input type displays a slider within min and max range of values. <input type="range" min="10" max="80"/>
3. Date  <input type="date"/> 4. Email <input type="email"/> 5. URL  <input type="url"/>
6. Datalist  <input type="text" list="states"/>
 <datalist id="states"> 
        <option value="CA"> 
        <option value="TX"> 
        <option value="FL"> 
</datalist> The datalist input type provides a suggestion list drop down while entering data in the text field. 7. Search  <input…