FAQ: Learn HTML: Forms - Range Input

This community-built FAQ covers the “Range Input” exercise from the lesson “Learn HTML: Forms”.

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Introduction to HTML

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It says that the value of the input element is changed.
Where can I see this value? Where is it sent?

What will be the default value for the step attribute in the input element if I don’t enter the step attribute at all? Also what are the default values for the max and min attributes?

When you set the max number, what does the number translate in terms of its output on screen? For example, if I set the max to 10, is it like 100 pixels away from the origin? Or is it just an arbitrary number?

While adding a range input, I was wondering if there’s a way to mark the value of gradations?

A bit unrelated but when I added a min and max to the amount of patties you can have the text displayed changed even though there was no actual text added. why is that?

What determines where the dot for a slider starts? In the example of the Volume and the exercise for “doneness” the dot starts out in the middle. Is there a way to make start on the left or right the range?