Always Show Arrows for Number Input
While I enjoy small details that make user interfaces more elegant, I also believe that less is more, especially when it comes to native behavior. One native behavior I dislike is that
<input type="number" /> elements only show the increment and decrement arrows when the
input is focused. It's a needless
focus change -- just show those controls all the time.
So how do we show those controls when the
input isn't focused? An easy bit of CSS:
/* ensures the increment/decrement arrows always display */
I appreciate that the browser's native stylesheet doesn't use hidden tricks or privileged code -- it's all just CSS that we can override.
I'm always suspect when it comes to hover effects, as I feel hiding UI elements decreases accessibility no matter what the reason is.
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