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HTML | DOM Input Week Object

  • Last Updated : 29 Jun, 2021

The Input Week object in HTML DOM represents an <input> element with type = “time” attribute. The element can be accessed by using getElementById() method.

Syntax: 

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document.getElementById("id");

where id is assigned to the <input> tag.

Property Values:  



  • list: It returns the reference of data list that contains the week field.
  • form: It returns the reference of form that contains the week field.
  • autocomplete: It is used to set or return the value of the autocomplete attribute of a week field.
  • autofocus: It is used to set or return if the week field should automatically get focus when the page loads.
  • defaultvalue: It is used set or return the default value of a week field.
  • disabled: It is used to set or return whether a week field is disabled or not.
  • max: It is used to set or return the value of the max attribute of a week field.
  • min: It is used to set or return the value of the min attribute of a week field.
  • name: It is used to set or return the value of the name attribute of a week field.
  • readOnly: It is used to set or return whether the week field is read-only or not.
  • required: It is used to set or return whether the week field must be filled out before submitting a form.
  • size: It is used to set or return the value of size attribute of the week field.
  • type: It returns the type of form element the week field belongs.
  • value: It is used set or return the value of the value attribute of a week field.

Example 1: This example describes the getElementById() method to access the <input> element with type = “week” attribute.  

html




<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
    <head>
        <title>
            DOM Input Week Object
        </title>
    </head>
     
    <body>
        <center>
            <h1 style = "color:green;">
                GeeksForGeeks
            </h1>
             
            <h2>DOM Input Week Object</h2>
                 
            <label for = "uname" style = "color:green">
                <b>Enter week</b>
            </label>
             
            <input type = "week" id = "gfg"
                placeholder = "Enter week">
             
            <br><br>
                 
            <button type = "button" onclick = "geeks()">
                Click
            </button>
             
            <p id = "GFG"></p>
 
             
            <script>
                function geeks() {
                    var link = document.getElementById("gfg").value;
                    document.getElementById("GFG").innerHTML = link;
                }
            </script>
        </center>
    </body>
</html>                   

Output: 
Before Click on the button: 
 

 

Example 2: This example describes the document.createElement() method to create <input> element with type = “week” attribute.  

html




<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
    <head>
        <title>
            DOM Input Week Object
        </title>
    </head>
     
    <body>
        <center>
            <h1 style = "color:green;">
                GeeksForGeeks
            </h1>
             
            <h2>DOM Input Week Object</h2>
                 
            <label for = "uname" style = "color:green">
                <b>Enter week</b>
            </label>
             
        <p id = "GFG"></p>
 
             
         
            <button type = "button" onclick = "geeks()">
                Click
            </button>
             
            <!-- script to create week object -->
            <script>
                function geeks() {
                     
                    /* Create input element  */
                    var link = document.createElement("INPUT");
                     
                    /* Set the type attribute */
                    link.setAttribute("type", "week");
                     
                    /* Append node value */
                    document.getElementById("GFG").appendChild(link);
                }
            </script>
        </center>
    </body>
</html>                                         

Output: 
Before Click on the button: 
 

Before Click on the button: 
 

Supported Browsers:

  • Google Chrome
  • Internet Explorer (after IE 12)
  • Opera
  • Safari

 




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