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The <form> Element

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Attributes for <form>
TypeAttribute List
'Standard' Attributes"accept-charset", "action", "autocorrect", "enctype", "method", "name", and "target"
New HTML5 Attributes"autocomplete", "novalidate", and "rel"
Obsolete Attributes"accept"

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Accessibility Information & Tips

  • For required form controls, indicate the required status in the control's <label> or <legend>. If not indicated by text (like "(required)"), then make sure the meaning of the indicator is explained before it is used. NOTE: Abbreviating "required" to "req." may be confusing. Visit https://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20-TECHS/H90 for more information.

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