The user has to hold down the Ctrl key (in Windows) and Command key (on Mac) to select the choices.
As you can see, the native HTML select box is quite limited especially for choosing multiple options.
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.
The flexibility of sliding the controls and seeing the result ‘live’ is unmatchable.
Here is the sample code for creating the input range element: The default range element will only display the current position of the slider and the user has to guess the exact value.
’Now, a user might finish this question in one line and another might need more than a thousand to finish the story of his life.
However, it is highly unlikely that the reader who is expected to shortlist candidates on the bases on these questions is interested in your life story.
This will make the select box look like a box rather than just the drop down.Unlike radio buttons, check boxes and drop downs, there are no fixed options, it is like the answer sheets we have during our exams. “I usually write the same things multiple times for the same question in different ways to ensure the length of my answer goes up, what if the user does the same in the textarea?” Well, in HTML forms, it would not be the quantity but the preciseness and the quality that will bring us more laurels, and it is highly unlikely that users would fill in long essays in a textarea when they are not getting marks for it, however; the points stands totally valid and as a designer we must be prepared for the worst scenarios.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.
In fact, the entire use case is totally possible in certain scenarios.