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<input placeholder="">Specifies placeholder text in a text-based input.
<input multiple>Allows the user to enter multiple values into a file upload or email input.
<input min="">Specifies a minimum value for number and date input fields.
<input max="">Specifies a maximum value for number and date input fields.
<input list="">Specifies the id of a <datalist> element which provides a list of autocomplete suggestions for the input field.
<input height="">Specifies the height of an image input.
<input formtarget="">Specifies the browsing context in which to open the response from the server after form submission. For use only on input types of "submit" or "image".
<input formmethod="Specifies the HTTP method (GET or POST) to be used when the form data is submitted to the server. Only for use on input types of "submit" or "image".
Specifies how form data should be submitted to the server. Only for use on input types "submit" and "image".
<input formaction="">Specifies the URL for form submission. Can only be used for type="submit" and type="image".
<input autofocus>Specifies that the input field should be in focus immediately upon page load.
<iframe sandbox="">Places a set of security and usability restrictions on the iframe.
<audio preload=""> HTML AttributeRequests a particular preload behavior to the browser, which the browser may or may not follow.
<audio muted> HTML AttributeSpecifies that the volume on the audio player should initially be muted.
<audio loop> HTML AttributeSpecifies that the audio content should loop indefinitely once playback has begun.
<audio controls> HTML AttributeToggles the display of audio playback controls.
<audio src=""> HTML AttributeSpecifies the source file for an audio element.
Provides a list of comma-separated integers, the meaning of which is dependent on the value of the shape attribute.
<abbr title=""> HTML AttributeProvides the meaning or explanation of an abbreviation or acronym.
<img crossorigin="">Indicates that CORS headers should be used in the HTTP request, and specifies whether or not to use credentials.