This is where Java Script and the highly effective libraries come into the fray.
The select2 j Query component gives the designer the power to customize the overall layout of the select box along with incorporating high utility options such as searching, dynamic loading, tagging, among others.
For instance, if we are developing a website that only permits users in the age group 18-40.
A drop-down thus works as an alternative and in specific cases, a better option, as compared to radio buttons and checkboxes. Did we say an alternative to both radio buttons and checkboxes?
The advantage here is that the user does not have to press Ctrl or Command key to select multiple options.
Before the introduction of HTML5, thinking about having a range slider on a webpage was equivalent of a crime.
Here is the code: 22934 Yes, you can have negative and decimal values in the range input see below for some examples: 22934 The textarea in HTML is where the user can type in his answers or responses to the queries in free text.
In fact, the entire use case is totally possible in certain scenarios.