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HTML Selection List Tutorial
Browser SupportThe select element is a form control used to create a selection list (drop-down list) in a form to collect user input.
Here's an example selection list:
Guess which one of those animals live in my home?
No, it's not a monkey, don't be silly . . . I have a cow in the basement.
Um . . . here's the code for that list:
<select> <option value="horse">Horse</option> <option value="cow">Cow</option> <option value="monkey">Monkey</option> <option value="dog">Dog</option> </select>
Any number of option tags can be added inside the select element to populate the available options.
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