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Using a datalist instean of a dropdown in your forms

Link – tray2.se - submitted by Patrik Ahlström

Have you ever had a huge list of values that the users needs to scroll through to get to the item they wanted, you know the classic Country dropdown, and for me who lives in Sweden will have to scroll through a load of countries to get to the desired one.

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