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The <select> element allows the user to
select from predefined options. It's nor-
mally a drop-down list (top), but you
can also use the size attribute so that
more than one option shows (bottom):
<select size="3">
<option selected>Option 1
<option>Option 2</option>
<option>Option 3</option>
An alternative to the <select> element is
the use of radio buttons. These are
another type of <input> element, but, in
normal circumstances, there's more than
one in a set. They're linked by having
the same value for their name attribute:
<label for="exradio1">Radio 1: </label>
<input type="radio" id="exradio1"
<label for="exradio2">Radio 2: </label>
<input type="radio" id="exradio2"
<label for="exradio3">Radio 3: </label>
<input type="radio" id="exradio3"
name="exradio" selected>
Within a set of radio buttons, only one
can be selected at a time. If you want the
user to be able to select multiple items,
you can use either the <select> element
or a set of check boxes:
<label for="excheckbox1">
Checkbox 1:
<input type="checkbox"
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