The support for
<input type=number> that I've been working on for Mozilla is now turned on for Aurora 28 and Nightly builds. If you're interested in using
<input type=number> here are a few things you should know:
-moz-appearance:textfield;on the input. (The logic and behavior that defines
<input type=number>will still apply, just without those buttons.)
If you test the new support and find any bugs please report them, being sure to add ":jwatt" to the CC field and "
<input type=number>" to the Summary field of the report.
I've been working on adding support for
<input type=range> to Mozilla. This work is progressing well and
<input type=range> is now turned on in the latest Nightly builds to help gather feedback from content authors. If you're interested in
<input type=range> I'd love it if you could try it out and report any problems/make enhancement requests. Be sure to mention "
<input type=range>" in the Summary field of any reports that you file, and add ":jwatt" to the CC field. I'm currently on vacation but I'll work through any issues that are reported once I get back next week.
To allow content author's to style
<input type=range> there are currently two pseudo-elements,
::-moz-range-thumb. Very rough WIP documentation is here.
<datalist>is not currently supported