• Next example deals with Drop-Down Menu, only one item can be selected.
• The name setting adds an internal name to the field so the program that handles the
form can identify the fields.
The value setting defines what will be submitted if the item is selected. This is not
always the same as what it says in the menu.
• name = value information will be sent to the script (if the value attribute is used –
otherwise the text displayed in the menu will be transmitted):
• Again an example with Drop-Down Menu, now several items can be selected.
• The multiple setting will allow for multiple selections if present.
Here we must give the control the name of an array, not just a name.