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The 'checked' Attribute of some HTML Elements
What Is Wrong with My "checked" Attribute Values?
Attribute "checked" is an optional attribute for HTML element "input". In XHTML specification, attribute "checked" has only one predefined value: "checked". However, in HTML specification, attribute "checked" requires no value.
If you are converting existing HTML documents to HTML format, you will get some syntax error on your pre-selected items in radio buttons, check boxes and dropdown lists, "checked" attributes are used without any values.
Here are some interesting examples of "checked" attributes:
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