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HTML Option Tag Tutorial
Browser SupportAn option tag is used to list items in a selection list.
The <option> element goes between the opening and closing <select> element.
Here's an example selection list:
Which item doesn't belong in that list?
Oops...sorry, I thought I was someone else. So anyway, here's the code for that list:
<select> <option>Watermelon</option> <option>Cantalope</option> <option>Tangerine</option> <option>Chimpanzee</option> </select>
That looks pretty easy. I think I could do that.
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