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Function Creates a button element within a form
accesskey , class , dir , disabled , id , lang , name ,
notab , onBlur , onClick , onDblClick , onFo-
cus , onKeyDown , onKeyPress , onKeyUp ,
onMouseDown , onMouseMove , onMouseOut ,
onMouseOver , onMouseUp , style , tabindex ,
, title , type , value
</button> ; never omitted
End tag
Used in
9.6.1. The <button> Button
Neither the HTML 4 nor the XHTML standard is overly clear as to what
display enhancements to a form the <button> element should provide,
other than to suggest that the contents should be 3D and visually appear
to react like a push button when the user selects it (i.e., go in and back
out when pressed). All the popular browsers support <button> .
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