HTML | optimum Attribute

The optimum attribute in HTML indicates the optimal numeric value for the gauge. It must be within the range i.e between min and max. When it is used with the low and high attribute, it gives an indication where along the range is considered preferable.

Usage: It is used with the <meter> element.

Syntax:



<meter optimum = "value"></meter>

Example:

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<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
    <head>
        <title>HTML optimum Attribute</title>
    </head>
    <body>
          
        <h2 style = "color: green;">
            HTML optimum Attribute
        </h2>
          
        <p>
            optimum value below low and high: 
            <meter value="0.6" max="0.9" min="0.1" 
                   optimum="0.1" high = "0.5" low = "0.2">
            </meter>
        </p>
          
        <p>
            optimum value between low and high:
            <meter value="0.6" max="0.9" min="0.1" 
                   optimum="0.4" high = "0.5" low = "0.2">
            </meter>
        </p>
          
        <p>
            optimum value above low and high:
            <meter value="0.6" max="0.9" min="0.1"
                   optimum="0.6" high = "0.5" low = "0.2">
            </meter>
        </p>
    </body>
</html>

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Supported Browsers: The browser supported by optimum attribute are listed below:

  • Google Chrome 8.0
  • Firefox 6.0
  • Opera 11.0
  • Safari 6.0


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