The <isindex> tag is used to querying any document through a text field. Means this tag inform the browser that the user wants to provide the search function through the document. If you want to search any specific word in a long article this tag is helpful then. But during these days all the browsers contain that feature by pressing CTRL + F will let you search the word, so this tag is no more useful these days.
- prompt: This attribute contains a string which is label for the text field.
- action: This attribute holds the URL when you need to send the query to a different URL.
Note: HTML5 does not support <isindex> tag.
Output: get word was searched,
Supported Browsers: The browsers supported by HTML | <isindex> tag are listed below:
- Google Chrome
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