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The HTML option element is used to define an item contained in a select , an optgroup , or a datalist element. As such, option can represent menu items in popups and other lists of items in an HTML document.
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A few months ago, I stopped writing AJAX-style auto-complete inputs on my web apps. Instead, I started using the HTML5 DataList feature. It 8767 s a pretty simple, and fairly slick way to do auto-complete on an input text box (as long as your list isn 8767 t too long, since all items will be rendered into the HTML of the page).
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The default value of the select element can be set by using the 8766 selected 8767 attribute on the required option. This is a boolean attribute.
The option that is having the 8766 selected 8767 attribute will be displayed by default on the dropdown list.
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If you believe that the restrictions for data-* should be lifted, or a similar mechanism allowing your use case should be added, you really should send feedback to the W8C HTML Working Group (for instance, through http:///Archives/Public/public-html-comments/ ).
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I don 8767 t understand why this article quotes the part of the spec saying data-* attributes are site-specific, and then gives a warning promoting namespacing. If you follow the spec, you 8767 re creating all of the attribute names, so there 8767 s zero reason for namespacing. That 8767 s exactly why that 8767 s in the spec.
not that looking at the underlying DOM is critical for the enduser, but filling class with non-hierarchical data FOR THE SAKE OF STYLING seems more wrong than styling to data also being held???
From a performance point of view, accessing the DOM via getAttribute() is obviously slower than accessing to a JS variable, event stored in an array, so the use case you give of a JS game using it to store values will probably never happen : developers will use it to transmit info from server to client, but once the DOM has been harvested, it 8767 s best to keep all the values in JS for quicker access
I have an HTML table of data that can be sorted, ascending and descending, with AJAX by clicking on the column headers. I opted to use a data-sort-dir= 8776 asc 8776 attribute on the column header to not only tell the AJAX call which direction to sort the request, but also to create an arrow next to the column header indicating which direction the arrow points.
That 8767 s how Microsoft got wrong and continue to be.
Admitingly, expando properties were a good idea (On the implemenation side, it means LESS validation required) but not as good than requiring 8775 data- 8776 prefix.