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- What does
<legend> HTML Tagdo?
- The <legend> element is used to add a caption to a group of related form <input> elements that have been grouped together into a <fieldset>.
<form> <fieldset> <legend>Personal Information</legend> <label for="name">Name</label><br> <input name="name" id="name"><br> <label for="dob">Date of Birth<label><br> <input name="dob" id="dob" type="date"> </fieldset> </form>
Titles for Form Sections
<legend> element provides titles for form sections, providing a nice alternative to the
<h*> headline elements. They are designed to be used with the
<fieldset> element, and (strictly speaking) should only be used inside of one. Organizing form fields into
<fieldset> groups, with appropriate
<legend> captions can help make complicated forms more attractive and easier to use. For other tips on working with forms see our form design and form usability tutorials.
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