<button name=””>

Attribute of
<button> HTML Tag
What does <button name=""> do?
Defines the name of the button, which is used for form inputs and labels.

Code Example

<button name="click-me">Click me.</button>

The name attribute is used for submitting form data as name=value pairs, and is referenced by other form features, such as the <label> element’s for attribute. It is common practice (though not at all required) for the name attribute to double the id attribute. This may not work if there are multiple ids present, as name can have only one value.

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