Others use the " " character. As long as it's not in the string you are looking for, anything goes.
Remove Last Overview Insert Before Selected - A new option is created and added above the selected option as determined by selectedIndex.
If none are selected, then no option is added. Remove Selected - Deletes the selected option or options from the list. If no options are selected, no options are deleted. Append Last - No matter what is selected, a new option is added at the end.
Remove Last - No matter what is selected, the last option is deleted from the list.
Related tutorials There is more than one way to add and remove options from a select list. For DOM compliant browsers only. Works in older and newer browsers. Browser Support Several years ago, I would write examples that might have separate code for Netscape and Internet Explorer.
These days there are still two categories: Tested on a Windows machine, the example on this page works in Firefox 1. Received some feedback saying that it works in IE 5. The spec also says you can add to the end of the list by passing null as the second argument.
plombier-nemours.com() plombier-nemours.comTo() methods perform the same task. I have just learned (no thanks to IE) that I cannot use plombier-nemours.com scripts in XHTML.
However, it seems there is a way around it by using the DOM to add elements.
Note: When this method is not used for testing, it is often used to write some text to. In an HTML document, the plombier-nemours.comElement() method creates the HTML element specified by tagName, or an HTMLUnknownElement if tagName isn't recognized.
Note: as plombier-nemours.com writes to the document stream, calling plombier-nemours.com on a closed (loaded) document automatically calls plombier-nemours.com, which .