[whatwg] WF 2.0 range type description
ian at hixie.ch
Thu Dec 16 14:45:37 PST 2004
On Wed, 15 Dec 2004, Brad Fults wrote:
> > Seeing as though the min and max attributes don't apply to <input
> > type="number" />, I don't see why "still apply" is used. The step
> > attribute still applies, yes, but the min and max attributes are new
> > to the range type.
> Apparently the min and max attributes do apply to <input type="number"
> />. So now my request would be to make that clear in the description of
> the number type .
Well, min max and step apply to all those types, I didn't really want to
have to explicitly mention them each time, so only mention them where they
are mildly important. Would it be better to explicitly mention them for
each different type?
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