HTML Buttons Example
HTML Buttons :
There are two basic ways of creating an HTML button; with the <button> tag, and with the <input> tag.
This page provides code for both methods. The <button> element is used to create an HTML button. Any text appearing between the opening and closing tags will appear as text on the button.
The <button> tag is used to create clickable buttons on the web page. The difference between these elements and buttons created with the <input> tag is that you can place the content (images or text) inside the <button>.
Button Example :
Attributes of HTML Button Tag
|autofocus||It specifies that a button should automatically get focus while the loading of the page.|
|disabled||It specifies that a button shuld be disabled.|
|form||It specifies one or more forms that the button belongs to.|
|formaction||It is used for submit type. It specifies where to send the form data when form is submitted.|
|formmethod||It specifies how to send form-data.|
|formenctype||It specifies how form-data should be encoded before sending it to server.|
|formnovalidate||It specifies that the form data should not be validated on submission.|
|formtarget||It specifies that where to display the response after submitting the form.|
|name||It specifies the name of the button.|
|type||It specifies the type of the button.|
|value||It specifies the value of the button.|