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disabled ( disabled="disabled" in XHTML)
Indicates that the select element is initially nonfunctional. It can be reactivated with a
form=" id of the form owner
id of the form owner "
Not in HTML 4.01 . Explicitly associates the select control with its associated form (its
form owner ). With this method, the control does not need to be a child of the form element
that applies to it.
Not in HTML 4.01 . Indicates what kind of input mechanism would be most helpful for
users entering content into the form control. Applies to the text and search input types.
multiple ( multiple="multiple" in XHTML)
Allows the user to select more than one option from the list. When this attribute is absent,
only single selections are allowed.
name=" text
text "
Required . Defines the name for the select control. When the form is submitted to the
form-processing application, this name is sent along with each selected option value.
required ( required="required" in XHTML)
Not in HTML 4.01 . When present, the user must select an option before the form can be
size=" number
number "
Specifies the number of rows that display in the list of options. For values higher than 1,
the options are displayed as a scrolling list with the specified number of options visible.
When size="1" is specified, the list is displayed as a pop-up menu.
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