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In the Drupal 8 forms api, any form element attributes not directly supported by the API get stuffed into the '#attributes' FormElement property. This property supports the entire HTML spec for form element tag html attributes, as far as I know. It's the catch-all for anything the Drupal development folks don't feel the need to directly define and model. $...


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This is not an answer, just advice: Drupal 6 has been unsupported since February of 2016 - close to 4 years now. I strongly suggest you spend your efforts upgrading to Drupal 7 right now, if nothing else because of all the security fixes (which are super important on an e-commerce site!). The D6 -> D7 upgrade is relatively easy to do for most sites. I do ...


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