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May 03, 2021 13:20 HTML5
Html5 is used to define a button, and the content within the label is the content of the button you want to use.
The following code marks a button:
All major browsers support the hashtag.
The label defines a button.
Inside the element, you can place content, such as text or images. This is the difference between the element and the button created with the .lt;input.gt; element.
Tip: Always specify the type property for the element. Different browsers use different default values for the type property of the element.
Note: Different browsers may submit different button values if the element is used in HTML forms. Please create a button in an HTML form using slt;input.
New properties in HTML5: autofocus, form, formaction, formenctype, formmethod, formnovalidate, and formtarget.
New: The new property in HTML5.
|autofocus New||autofocus||It is stipulated that the button should automatically get focus when the page loads.|
|disabled||disabled||The rule is that the button should be disabled.|
|form New||form_id||The specified button belongs to one or more forms.|
|formaction New||Url||Specify where form data is sent when a form is submitted. O verrides the action property of the form element. This property is used in conjunction with type "submit".|
|Specify how form data is encoded before it is sent to the server. O verrides the enctype property of the form element. This property is used in conjunction with type "submit".|
|Specifies the HTTP method used to send form data. O verrides the method property of the form element. This property is used in conjunction with type "submit".|
|formnovalidate New||formnovalidate||If you use this property, the form is not validated when it is submitted. O verrides the novalidate property of the form element. This property is used in conjunction with type "submit".|
|Specify where to open the action URL. O verrides the target property of the form element. This property is used in conjunction with type "submit".|
|name||name||Specify the name of the button.|
|Specify the type of button.|
|value||text||Specifies the initial value of the button. Can be modified by the script.|
The label supports the global properties of HTML.
The tag supports the event properties of HTML.
Note: The elements are easier to style than the elements. You can add inline HTML content (e.g., .lt;em>?strong> or even .lt;img>) and use :after and :before pseudo-elements for complex renderings, while the only text value properties are .
HTML DOM Reference Manual: Button Object