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2 Selection Lists in a web form

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Dear readers:

I found a web page with 2 selection lists in a form. The contents of
the second selection list are updated based on the entry in the first
selection list. For example:
if the first selection list has all the states in the USA, the second
list will display all the major cities in the selected state.

Can anyone explain in a pseudocode how this is implemented.

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Jean Biver
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Jul 20 '05 #1
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jb****@internet.lu (Jean Biver) writes:
I found a web page with 2 selection lists in a form. The contents of
the second selection list are updated based on the entry in the first
selection list. For example:
if the first selection list has all the states in the USA, the second
list will display all the major cities in the selected state.
It is a neat idea, but the hard part is to make it degrade nicely if
Javascript isn't available.
Can anyone explain in a pseudocode how this is implemented.


Try looking at
<URL:http://www.infimum.dk/HTML/multiselect.html>
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Jul 20 '05 #2

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