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INPUTMODE

The inputmode attribute is an enumerated attribute that specifies what kind of input mechanism would be most helpful for users entering content.

SYNTAX

inputmode="value"
VALUE DESCRIPTION
decimal The user agent should display a virtual keyboard capable of fractional numeric input. Numeric keys and the format separator for the locale should be shown.
email The user agent should display a virtual keyboard capable of text input in the user's locale, with keys for aiding in the input of e-mail addresses, such as that for the "@" character and the "." character.
none The user agent should not display a virtual keyboard. This keyword is useful for content that renders its own keyboard control.
numeric The user agent should display a virtual keyboard capable of numeric input. This keyword is useful for PIN entry.
search The user agent should display a virtual keyboard optimized for search.
tel The user agent should display a virtual keyboard capable of telephone number input. This should including keys for the digits 0 to 9, the "#" character, and the "*" character. In some locales, this can also include alphabetic mnemonic labels (e.g., in the US, the key labeled "2" is historically also labeled with the letters A, B, and C).
text The user agent should display a virtual keyboard capable of text input in the user's locale.
url The user agent should display a virtual keyboard capable of text input in the user's locale, with keys for aiding in the input of URLs, such as that for the "/" and "." characters and for quick input of strings commonly found in domain names such as "www." or ".com".

EXAMPLES

DECIMAL

EMAIL

NONE

NUMERIC

SEARCH

TEL

TEXT

URL

Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG)