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9.8. Multiple-Choice Elements
Checkboxes and radio buttons give you powerful means for creating
multiple-choice questions and answers, but they can lead to long forms
that are tedious to write and put a fair amount of clutter onscreen. The
<select> tag gives you two compact alternatives: pull-down menus and
scrolling lists.
9.8.1. The <select> Tag
By placing a list of <option> -tagged items inside the <select> tag of a
form, you magically create a pull-down menu of choices. Figure 9-2 ,
earlier in this chapter, displays a <select> pull-down menu.
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