The <option> tag in HTML is used to choose an option from a Drop-Down menu. This tag can be used with or without any attributes and needed value can be sent to the server.
The group of options can be created using <optgroup> Tag. It creates the group of related menu items.
<option> Contents... </option>
Attributes: The <option> tag contains four attributes which are listed below:
- disabled: This attribute contains the value disabled which represents option is disabled.
- label: This attribute contains the text value which represents the shorted label for option.
- selected: This attribute contains the value selected which represents the item is per-selected when browser loaded.
- value: This attribute contains the value text which sent to the server.
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by <option> tag are listed below:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
- HTML | DOM Option Object
- HTML | option value Attribute
- HTML | DOM Option value Property
- HTML | <option> selected Attribute
- HTML <option> disabled Attribute
- HTML | DOM Option selected Property
- HTML | <option> label Attribute
- HTML | DOM Option label Property
- HTML | DOM Option form Property
- HTML | DOM Option disabled Property
- HTML | DOM Option text Property
- HTML | DOM Option defaultSelected Property
- HTML | DOM option index Property
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