Enum for HTML input modes.
|Text||0||Standard input keyboard for the user's current locale.|
|None||1||No virtual keyboard. For when the page implements its own keyboard input control.|
|Decimal||2||Fractional numeric input keyboard containing the digits and decimal separator for the user's locale (typically . or ,). Devices may or may not show a minus key (-).|
|Numeric||3||Numeric input keyboard, but only requires the digits 0–9. Devices may or may not show a minus key.|
|Tel||4||A telephone keypad input, including the digits 0–9, the asterisk (*), and the pound (#) key.
Inputs that *require* a telephone number should typically use |
|Search||5||A virtual keyboard optimized for search input. For instance, the return/submit key may be labeled
“Search”, along with possible other optimizations. Inputs that require a search query should typically
|6||A virtual keyboard optimized for entering email addresses. Typically includes the @ character
as well as other optimizations. Inputs that require email addresses should typically use |
|Url||7||A keypad optimized for entering URLs. This may have the / key more prominent, for example.
Enhanced features could include history access and so on. Inputs that require a URL should typically