The datalist element in HTML5

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The datalist element in HTML5

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The <datalist> element provided in HTML5 allows you to create a set of viable options to set as a value in other elements of type input; In other words, the <datalist> element provides a list of predefined options through the <option> elements; Its common use is to establish input elements of various types with a set of options through the <datalist>:

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How to use the <datalist> in conjunction with the inputs?

To use the <datalist> in conjunction with the inputs, some identifier must be established in the <datalist> through the id attribute; In addition, a set of </option> must be established as possible options established in the <datalist>:

     <datalist id="navegadores">
     <option value="Internet Explorer">
     <option value="Firefox">
     <option value="Chrome">
     <option value="Opera">
     <option value="Safari">
     </datalist>

With the value of the identifier above, it is set via the list attribute on the input:

<input list="navegadores" type="text">

We can also place a label attribute on <option> elements in conjunction with alternative text:

<datalist id="urls">
	<option value="http://www.google.com" label="Google">
	<option value="http://www.bing.com" label="Bing">
	<option value="http://www.yahoo.com" label="Yahoo">
</datalist>

 

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