<select-single> element represents a user input widget that allows one option to be selected.
<option> elements and ensures that only one of those options can be selected at any given time.
<form> <select-single name="grade"> <option value="1" selected="true"> <text>1st grade</text> </option> <option value="2"> <text>2nd grade</text> </option> <option value="3"> <text>3rd grade</text> </option> <select-single/> </form>
If the user presses "2nd grade", the
<option> element with
value="2" will get the attribute
selected="true", while the first option will get
<select-single> element most often appears within a
<form> element. However, this is not a requirement, and the element can be used for local interactions that don't get serialized in a form (for example, to implement a tab interface).
The name of the selection input within a
<form> element. This name will be used when serializing a form to form data that gets sent in a server request.
A space-separated list of styles to apply to the element. See Styles. Note that text style rules cannot be applied to a
A global attribute uniquely identifying the element in the whole document.
|false (default), true||No|
hide="true", the element will not be rendered on screen. If the element or any of the element's children have a behavior that triggers on "load" or "visible", those behaviors will not trigger while the element is hidden.