Advanced Form Elements (Live Playground)
In this tutorial, we will discuss advanced form elements in HTML, such as datalist and progress. These elements help you create more complex and interactive forms for your web pages.
<datalist> element is used to provide a predefined list of options for an
<input> element. It allows users to select an option from a dropdown list or type in their input. Here's an example of using the datalist element:
<input list="cities" id="city" name="city" />
<option value="New York"></option>
<option value="Los Angeles"></option>
list attribute of the input element should match the
id of the datalist element.
<label for="upload">File Upload:</label>
<input type="file" id="upload" name="upload" />
<progress id="progress" max="100" value="0"></progress>
In this example, the
max attribute represents the total work to be done, and the
value attribute as the task progresses.
In this tutorial, we have discussed advanced form elements in HTML, such as datalist, and progress. These elements can help you create more complex and interactive forms for your web pages, improving the user experience and accessibility.