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HTML defines the following control types:
Authors should specify the scripting language of a push button script through a default script declaration (with the META element).
Authors create buttons with the BUTTON element or the INPUT element. Please consult the definitions of these elements for details about specifying different button types.
Note. Authors should note that the BUTTON element offers richer rendering capabilities than the INPUT element.
Several checkboxes in a form may share the same control name. Thus, for example, checkboxes allow users to select several values for the same property. The INPUT element is used to create a checkbox control.
At all times, exactly one of the radio buttons in a set is checked. If none of the elements of a set of radio buttons specifies `CHECKED', then the user agent must check the first radio button of the set initially.
Since user agent behavior differs, authors should ensure that in each set of radio buttons that one is initially "on".
The elements used to create controls generally appear inside a FORM element, but may also appear outside of a FORM element declaration when they are used to build user interfaces. This is discussed in the section on intrinsic events. Note that controls outside a form cannot be successful controls.