draggable HTML Attribute

The "draggable" attribute in HTML is used to specify whether an element can be dragged by the user or not. It allows you to create draggable elements that can be moved by the user by clicking and holding down on the element and moving it to a new position. The attribute can be set to either "true" or "false". If the attribute is set to "true", the element is draggable, if it's set to "false" the element is not draggable.

For example, in the following code snippet, the draggable attribute is set to "true" for a div element:


<div draggable="true"&rt;This is a draggable div</div&rt;

When an element is draggable, you can use JavaScript to listen for drag-related events, such as dragstart, drag, and dragend, which allow you to perform actions when the element is dragged, such as changing the element's position, copying it, or even deleting it.

It's worth noting that the draggable attribute is widely supported by all modern browsers, but it's not a standard attribute, which means it is not part of the official HTML specification.

In summary, the "draggable" attribute in HTML is used to specify whether an element can be dragged by the user or not. It can be set to either "true" or "false" and it allows you to create draggable elements that can be moved by the user. When an element is draggable, you can use JavaScript to listen for drag-related events and perform actions when the element is dragged. It's widely supported but it's not a standard attribute, it is not part of the official HTML specification.