The Hidden Input element is a discreet user interface component used in web forms to collect data from users without displaying it visibly on the form interface.


Despite being hidden from view, this element captures information that can be crucial for form processing or tracking purposes.

Hidden Input is often utilized to store values such as session tokens, user IDs, or other data that doesn't require user input but is essential for backend operations.

This element type ensures the seamless exchange of data between the user and the server, contributing to the functionality and efficiency of web forms and applications.

On this page