HTML <input> Tag with 'type=reset'

<form name="myForm" action="http://www.PuStudy.Com/resources/html-forms-action.html">

<input type="text">
<input type="reset">

</form>

The above example demonstrates usage of the <input> element with the type attribute set to reset (i.e. type="reset").

The reset value represents a reset button. When the user clicks it, its associated form is reset (all "resettable" form fields will reset to their original value).

Resettable elements are the <input>, <keygen>, <output>, <select>, and <textarea> elements. These are the elements that can be affected whenever their associated form is reset.

You can use the value attribute to provide a label for the reset button. If you don't provide this attribute, the button will typically display the text Reset or similar.

Usability of Reset Buttons

Be careful when using reset buttons. Only use them if it's absolutely necessary. And if you do use them, try to position and style them in a way that prevents accidental clicks. For example, don't place it in a position or style it in a way that the user might confuse it for a "Submit" button. Imagine filling out a large form, only to accidentally click the "Reset" button instead of "Submit". All your hard work will be instantly wiped, and you'll have to start again.