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Whats the difference between the id=“” and the type=“” in the forms

8/28/2018 11:53:51 AM

dun

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For example in html <form> <input id=“name” type=“text”></input> <input type=“email” name=“email”></input> <button type=“submit” name=“submit”></button> </form> When you run the code, if you don’t write in the email section an email, the page will tell you when you submit “please enter a valid email address” because the type was “email”

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The id is just a way to identify it, you can write whatever you want The “type” is the type of thing it is, for example “textarea” or “email”