Thanks to the <button> tag we can “define a clickable button” -w3schools Yay! I can finally click on this!
A proper use of the <button> tag would look like this: <ul><li><button type="button">Click Me!</button> </li></ul>
Additional Information If you wish to add additional information to the element you can add attribute s . Attribute Examples: -Disabled -Value -Formmethod -Type -Name -Autofocus Example: <button type=“button” disabled=“disabled”>Click Me!</button>
Inside the <button> element you can create both text and images that are clickable Here are a few examples..
And guess what! All the major browsers support <button>
The endless possibilities <ul><li>With text and images to click on, we can basically be taken anywhere. </li></ul><ul><li>With the ability to click comes the ability to gather more information. </li></ul>
So what have we learned? <ul><li>“ The <button> tag defines clickable buttons” </li></ul><ul><li><button type="button">Click Me!</button> </li></ul><ul><li>Both text and images can be made clickable </li></ul><ul><li>All major browsers support the <button> tag </li></ul><ul><li><button> allows us to move around within websites </li></ul>
So be sure to use the <button> Because without it, your site’s not going anywhere..
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