A drop-down list inside an HTML form:
The value attribute is supported in all major browsers.
The value attribute specifies the value to be sent to a server when a form is submitted.
The content between the opening <option> and closing </option> tags is what the browsers will display in a drop-down list. However, the value of the value attribute is what will be sent to the server when a form is submitted.
Note: If the value attribute is not specified, the content will be passed as a value instead.
|value||The value to be sent to the server|
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