# How do we set the range that is considered to be of low value in HTML?

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The range in which a gauge's value is regarded as low is specified using the HTML | low property. The low attribute's value must be higher than the "min," lower than the "max," and equal to or less than the "high" attribute.

Note − This can only be used with <meter> tag.

## Syntax

<meter low="number">


Following are the examples…

## Example

In the following example we are using the low attribute in the <meter> tag.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<body style="text-align:center;">
MSD score:
<meter value="3"
low="2"
min="0"
max="10"
high="6">
5 out of 10
</meter>
<br>
ABD score:
<meter value="0.5"
low="0.3"
max="1.0"
min="0"
high="0.6">
50% from 100%
</meter>
</body>
</html>


## Output

When the script gets executed, it will display a guague score of msd, and abd for which we have mentioned in the above code using high ,low, max, min, and value attributes.

## Example

You can also try to run the following code to implement meter attribute −

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<title>HTML meter Tag</title>
<body>
<meter value = "6" high = "9" low = "5" min = "0" max = "10">6 out of 10</meter>
<br />
<p>Water level can be seen here</p>
</body>
</html>


## Output

The output obtained after executing the script above is −

Updated on 06-Sep-2022 07:27:56