form.hidden

Renders an <input type="hidden" ...> tag.

Examples

Example:

<f:form.hidden name="myHiddenValue" value="42" />

Output:

<input type="hidden" name="myHiddenValue" value="42" />

You can also use the “property” attribute if you have bound an object to the form. See <f:form> for more documentation.

Arguments

additionalAttributes

DataType
mixed
Required
false
Description
Additional tag attributes. They will be added directly to the resulting HTML tag.

data

DataType
mixed
Required
false
Description
Additional data-* attributes. They will each be added with a “data-” prefix.

name

DataType
string
Required
false
Description
Name of input tag

value

DataType
mixed
Required
false
Description
Value of input tag

property

DataType
string
Required
false
Description
Name of Object Property. If used in conjunction with <f:form object=”…”>, “name” and “value” properties will be ignored.

class

DataType
string
Required
false
Description
CSS class(es) for this element

dir

DataType
string
Required
false
Description
Text direction for this HTML element. Allowed strings: “ltr” (left to right), “rtl” (right to left)

id

DataType
string
Required
false
Description
Unique (in this file) identifier for this HTML element.

lang

DataType
string
Required
false
Description
Language for this element. Use short names specified in RFC 1766

style

DataType
string
Required
false
Description
Individual CSS styles for this element

title

DataType
string
Required
false
Description
Tooltip text of element

accesskey

DataType
string
Required
false
Description
Keyboard shortcut to access this element

tabindex

DataType
integer
Required
false
Description
Specifies the tab order of this element

onclick

DataType
string
Required
false
Description
JavaScript evaluated for the onclick event