In this section, we will learn what the value attribute is and how it works.
What is value Attribute in HTML <button> Tag?
The value attribute is used to set a default value for its <button> element.
Note: use this attribute when the type of the target <button> element is set to “submit” and it is connected to a form.
The value we set for the `value` attribute then could be used in a server when the related form data is submitted as well.
HTML value Attribute in <button> Tag Syntax:
<button type = "submit" value = "value"> </button>
<button> Tag value Attribute Values
We can put any type of value for the `value` attribute and this value will be submitted to a server when the related form data is submitted.
Note: in IEs prior to version 8, only the content within the opening and closing tags of HTML <button> element will be sent to a server. So the value of the `value` attribute is simply ignored for these versions of IEs.