appearance property is used to specify if native form controls should be displayed using platform-native styling based on the operating system’s theme or not. controls how native form controls are rendered.
The initial value of
appearance property is
auto. You can apply it to all elements. This property is not inheritable.
This is the formal syntax for using appearance property —
appearance: none | auto
Here are some examples of using this property —
appearance: auto; appearance: none;
In this case, no styling is applied on the element at all. You can style the element using your own CSS rules.
The user-agent will render form controls with the default styles of the host operating system.
The CSS Appearance property is not fully supported by any browsers at present and partially supported in 89.77% browsers.
This property is partially supported in Edge 12+, Firefox 2+, Chrome 4+, Safari 4+, Opera 15+, iOS Safari 8+, Android 3+ and Chrome for Android 55+.
The browser stats and issues were taken from caniuse.com
2. As a registered user, you will also get to access features like choosing between a light and dark theme or anything else that we might implement in future.