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So, use the number (spinner) input type if you want to let the user choose an exact value.Browsers are supposed to use a horizontal slider unless you attach CSS that specifies a smaller width than height, in which case they are supposed to use a vertical slider.There are also closely related elements to let you select a month (input type="month"), week (input type="week"), time (input type="time"), date and time in global format (input type="datetime"), and date and time in local format/timezone (input type="datetime-local").
As of January 2013, the latest versions of Firefox and Chrome do good validation of the value on submission.
If you want to collect floating point numbers, use a non-integer for min or step.
This input type lets you collect a number (either integer or floating point). The exact value is not displayed to the user unless you use Java Script.
Sadly, the HTML5 autocompletion has no options for customizing the look, for using HTML in the autocomplete list, or for defining how the match against the choices is performed.
So, if you are using Java Script anyhow, the autocompleters from Scriptaculous, j Query UI, Ext/JS, Dojo, etc., are far more usable.