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Re: <input type="percent" value="40">

From: Dmitry Turin <sql40@narod.ru>
Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2007 16:08:15 +0300
Message-ID: <510533480.20070731160815@narod.ru>
To: www-style@w3.org

Good day, David.

>> I offer
>>   <input type="percent" name="a" value="40">
DD> Why are you suggesting this on the www-style mailing list? It appears
DD> to be a suggestion for a change to HTML, not CSS.
Because:

input[type="percent"] {
  location: vertical;
}



P.S.
I think, topic is closed,
since Thomas Broyer (in public-html@w3.org) wrote:
TB> We already have type="range" with the exact same behavior and more
TB> (values are not limited to the 0-100 range):
TB> "Same as number, but indicates that the exact value is not important,
TB> letting UAs provide a simpler interface than they do for number. For
TB> instance, visual UAs may use a slider control. The step, min, and max
TB> attributes still apply. For this type, step defaults to 1, min
TB> defaults to 0, max defaults to 100, and value  defaults to the min
TB> value."
TB>      http://www.whatwg.org/specs/web-forms/current-work/#range



Dmitry Turin
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