Custom select elements without hassle (or tons of CSS).
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jquery.dropdown uses some custom events to make the interactions between the actual
<select /> element and the custom dropdown, which can be triggered manually anytime you want it. You can hide/show the dropdown list, select an existent value or recreated the whole list (useful when you use AJAX calls to setup the option list for your
<select /> element).
dropdown.move- Hide or display the dropdown element.
dropdown.hide- Hide the dropdown element.
dropdown.select- Selects the given value in the dropdown and the associated element.
dropdown.refresh- Recreates the dropdown list with the associated select options.
- Support optgroups;
- Be aware of disabled selects;
- Fixed height support;
- More examples;
- Browser/CSS testing.
(The MIT License)
Copyright (c) 2011 Lucas Mazza <email@example.com>
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