I've a datalist something like this  <input list="browsers">  <datalist id="browsers">   <option id="op1" value="Internet Explorer">   <option id="op2" value="Firefox">   &...
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...
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...
I have an input text field on which I trigger key event. On enter, i process some specific code with the input value. All works great.  HAML:  %input#myField{:type => "text"}   JavaScript:  my_field = document.getElementById('myField&#...
Is there any way to show all options of datalist on focus? I need to show all the options even after a key press.   <form action="" method="get">  <input list="browsers" name="browser">  <datalist id=...
I am working with html datalist to auto populate some data. I want a behavior where it should filter everything except one default value. Below is the example code:  <input type="text" list="mylist"/> <datalist id="mylist...
I am creating a Google Chrome extension that is basically just a dropdown menu and an input box with datalists. Changing the selection in the dropdown menu changes which datalist the input box uses. I have about a hundred datalists and some of them h...
So I have this html datalist that consists of almost 6000 options, something like the example bellow.  The problem is it opens up A LOT options over your browser and I only require about 10 to be visible at a time and it needs to be a field that auto...
I am working on an autocomplete text input by testing for string similarity, rather than checking for perfect character matches. This way, a dropdown like a datalists would still present the user with suggestions even if they accidentally add an extr...

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