psInputMode - cWebForm

provides a hint to the browser as to the type of data that might be entered by the user

Type: Property (Web Property)

Access: Read/Write

Data Type: String

Parameters: None

 { WebProperty=Client }
 Property String psInputMode

Web Property Read Access: WebGet psInputMode to StringVariable
Web Property Write Access: WebSet psInputMode to StringVariable/Value

Read Access: Get psInputMode to StringVariable
Write Access: Set psInputMode to StringVariable/Value


The input mode provides a hint to the browser as to the type of data that might be entered by the user.

On mobile devices, it determines the type of keyboard that appears when the control is entered. If it is left blank, then it will be set to "numeric" or "decimal", based on peDataType and piPrecision.

Note that this property does not necessarily limit input.

Possible Values:

"none"No virtual keyboard.
"text"Standard input keyboard.
"decimal"Fractional numeric input.
"numeric"Numeric input keyboard.
"tel"Telephone keypad.
"search"Keyboard optimized for search input.
"email"Keyboard optimized for email addresses.
"url"Keyboard optimized for urls.

Default value is "".

About Web Properties
Each web property maintains two values: The regular property value is set during object creation and should not be changed during the lifetime of that object. To access that value, use the standard property Get and Set syntax.
The web property value is the local value stored at each client. This is synchronized to the client's local value whenever a server call is being processed. To access the web property value, use the WebGet and WebSet syntax above instead of the standard Get and Set syntax.