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Chapter 12. Need Feedback? Create a Form... > Multiple Choice Options: Radio Butto... - Pg. 139

Need Feedback? Create a Form! 139 Webmaster Wisdom To select multiple list items in Windows, hold down the Ctrl key and click each item. To do this on a Mac, hold down the key and click each item. As I'm sure you've guessed by now, Field Name is the unique name for the list. For the SIZE attribute, Items is the number of items you want the browser to display. If you omit SIZE, the list becomes a drop-down list. If SIZE is two or more, the list becomes a rectangle with scroll bars for navigating the choices. Also, you can insert the MULTIPLE attribute into the <SELECT> tag. This tells the browser to enable the user to select multiple items from the list. Between the <SELECT> and </SELECT> tags are the <OPTION></OPTION> tags; these define the list items. If you add the SELECTED attribute to one of the items, the browser selects that item by default. To get some examples on the table, the following document (lists.htm on this book's CD) defines