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ANNOUNCEMENTS No posting of code in the forum Check class announcements daily Remember to work on your paper 1
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DROP-DOWN/SCROLLABLE LISTS Defined using the <select> tag (not the <input> tag) <option> tag to specify possible options To define a default choice use: selected=“selected” The multiple attribute in <select> allows for selection of multiple items (usually displayed as a multiple-selection list) Example: DropDownList.html Example: ScrollableList.html Notice you can have multiple default selections 2
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TEXTAREAS Allows user to input more than one line of information We use the <textarea> tag
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Unformatted text preview: rows and cols attributes define the text area Default text (if any) appears between the &lt;textarea&gt; and &lt;/textarea&gt; tags Example: Textarea.html 3 PROJECT #3 Lets talk about the project What is the expected functionality? Should work for other folders/images Folder birthday, pictures named party1.jpg, party2.jpg, etc. Start by defining the form and associating a function with each button Print an alert message so you can verify each button is being selected Main will have the code making the connection between buttons and functions Lets talk about the actual functions 4...
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