HTML <meter> low Attribute

The low attribute on a <meter> tag sets the low value of the meter element. Its value must be between the min and max values.

Example

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A low attribute on a <meter> element.
The gauge has a specfied high and low values.

Pressure reading

7/10
<div>Pressure reading</div>

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<meter min="1" max="10" low="2" high="8" value="7">7/10</meter>

Using low

The low attribute specifies the value that is considered low for the gauge.

The low value must be between the min and max values.

Similarly, the high value also must be between the min and max values.

How the low and high values are used is application specific. HTML only assigns the values.


Syntax

<meter low="number">

Values

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Value Description
number A whole or floating point number.

Browser support

Here is when low support started for each browser:

Chrome
8.0 Dec 2010
Firefox
16.0 Oct 2012
IE/Edge
13.0 Nov 2015
Opera
11.5 May 2011
Safari
6.0 Jul 2012

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