I'm using a <datalist>  <datalist id="items"></datalist>   And using AJAX to populate the list   function callServer (input) {     xmlhttp = new XMLHttpRequest();     xmlhttp.onreadystatechange = function(){         if...
I've a datalist something like this  <input list="browsers">  <datalist id="browsers">   <option id="op1" value="Internet Explorer">   <option id="op2" value="Firefox">   &...
When there is a long set of elements in a datalist, they will all get displayed with a scroll bar next to them. Is there an easy way to only display the top 5, and just cut the others off?  For example: http://jsfiddle.net/yxafa/  <input type="...
I'm working with AngularJS and i want to use the directive ng-click when an element of a datalist (html5) is selected.  Here is an example of my actual code:  <label>Search</label> <input type="text" class="input-search...
I'm generating a datalist options based on a ko observable.  function Company(company) {     this.id = company.Id;     this.name = company.Name;     this.state = company.State.name; }   var self = this; self.companies = ko.observable(); $.get(...
This code works in all major browsers except Internet Explorer 9. I don't understand what I'm doing wrong, it's probably something simple that I'm missing.  Copy this code (or use this jsFiddle) to see the problem in IE9:  <!DOCTYP...
I have a datalist box that looks like this:  <td>     <input list="screens.screenid-datalist" type="text" id="screens.screenid" onblur="validate('0','0','jacques')">     <datalist...
I want to create an autofill search box. it gets a JSON and sends them to an HTML5 <datalist> of <option>s.    It works fine but it cant use spaces in values! so it just returns the first word. for example, if the jresults.name is "l...
I have a working Ajax call and function that populates a datalist.  The datalist is used to select from a finite list an addition to an UL element on the page.  Once I add one from the datalist to the actual list, I want to remove that option from th...
Currently the HTML5 <datalist> element is supported in most major browsers (except Safari) and seems like an interesting way to add suggestions to an input.  However, there seem to be some discrepancies between the implementation of the value a...

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