It is used to represent the result of a calculation or the result of a user action.
Like all form elements, it has two attributes:
name to indicate its name and
form to indicate the form to which it is associated, and whose value will be the
id of a
<form> of the document.
It has a third
for attribute that consists of a space separated list with the
id of the form elements that contribute or affect the output displayed in
Regarding accessibility, many browsers implement this element as an
aria-live region. Therefore, assistive technology will announce changes to the value displayed in
<output> without removing the focus from the form element that caused the change.
- Type: inline
- Self-closing: No
- Semantic value: No
Top comments (0)