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The value attribute defines the data value that should be submitted to the server if any of the select options are chosen. If no value attribute is included, it defaults to the text content of the option element.
Specifies the number of options that are visible in the drop down list. If this attribute is not present, most browsers will display a single line dropdown.
Indicates that the select item must be selected by the user before submitting the form. Support for this attribute varies between browsers, so authors may need to use scripts to ensure that this is always true.
Specifies the name of the select element. This is a required attribute unless it is overridden by an ancestor
The select element supports a number of behaviors, including the ability to create a list of options, which can be displayed as a dropdown. It also supports a number of global attributes, such as disabled and multiple, as well as the required attribute, which is used to require a user response before form submission.
In addition to its standard interactive states, select can be rendered as a skeleton for accessibility purposes with the skeleton attribute. This state removes all interactive functions but is focusable, accessible by screen readers, and passes visual contrast checks.
The tabindex attribute determines the order in which select tags receive keyboard focus. This can be useful in constructing more complex forms, or when you need to ensure that all selections are available for users with disabilities.
The select element allows the user to choose from a list of options. This is useful when creating forms that need to collect data from the users. For example, a form may need to collect feedback from customers about a coffee shop.