Web Browser Support For The CSS ::-webkit-input-placeholder Selector As A Standalone Selector On The Textbox input And Textarea textarea Elements: Tests And Results

On The Textbox input Element

Tests

If placeholder text (no quotes) appears in the following textbox, then the web browser supports the HTML placeholder attribute on the textbox input element. If placeholder text is limegreen, then the web browser also supports the CSS ::-webkit-input-placeholder selector as a standalone selector on the textbox input element:

Results

Web browser support for the CSS ::-webkit-input-placeholder selector as a standalone selector on the textbox input element: ED12+, SF4+, CH2+, OP15+.


On The Textarea textarea Element

Tests

If placeholder text (no quotes) appears in the following textarea, then the web browser supports the HTML placeholder attribute on the textarea textarea element. If placeholder text is limegreen, then the web browser also supports the CSS ::-webkit-input-placeholder selector as a standalone selector on the textarea textarea element:

Results

Web browser support for the CSS ::-webkit-input-placeholder selector as a standalone selector on the textarea textarea element: ED12+, SF5+, CH4+, OP15+.

Last reviewed/updated: 18 Jul 2016 | Published: 18 Jul 2016 | Status: Active

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