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So far, you've learned how HTML5 extends forms with
new validation features, and how it gets smarter about
data by adding more input types. These are the most
practical and the most widely supported new features,
but they aren't the end of the HTML5 forms story.
HTML5 also introduces a few entirely new elements to
fill gaps and add features. Using these nifty new ele-
ments, you can add a drop-down list of suggestions, a
progress bar, a toolbar, and more. The problem with
new elements is that old browsers are guaranteed not to
support them, and even new browsers are slow to wade
in when the specification is still changing. As a result,
these details include some of the least supported features
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