is there a quick way to sort the items of a select element? Or I have to resort to writing javascript?  Please any ideas.  <select size="4" name="lstALL" multiple="multiple" id="lstALL" tabindex="12" style...
I was wondering if anybody knows how to select using js the complete table, so that the user can right-click on the selection, copy it to the clipboard and then paste it on Excel. If you select the table manually, the process works perfectly. But s...
Is it possible for each dropdown options to link somewhere when selected without the need for an external button?  <select>   <option value="x">x</option>   <option value="y">y</option> </select>...
I have a form with a select and a few text inputs. I'd like the form to be submitted when the select is changed. This works fine using the following:  onchange="this.form.submit()"   However, if the form also contains a submit button, the...
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so I got this code working for Firefox and Chrome...what it does is it allows you to reorder the options within an HTML select form...but then when I tested the code via IE8, it's kind of patchy...it only works for the first few clicks and after...
In a Windows Forms application, a drop-down selector list also gives the user the option of typing an alternate value into that same field (assuming the developer has left this option enabled on the control.)  How does one accomplish this in HTML? It...
How can I change the text of an option with jQuery?  I'd like to change Newest with Oldest in an option is a <select> element.  $('select option:contains("Newest")').changeText('Oldest');   .replaceWith would not wor...
I have simplified my page and here what I have:  <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/plain; charset=utf-8" /> <title>Title</title> <style>     a {         text-decoration: no...
I'm making a jQuery plugin that loops through html select <option> tags and outputs them in a different format. When looping through the options, I'd also like to maintain the relationship between them and <optgroup>s. Being a PHP...

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