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  1. BACKGROUND: Please compare the Select Language <select> element option menu under the headings Free Webinar and Newsletter/Subscribe found in the navigation bar on the Grammar Captive main page. Therein lies the heart of the following question. QUESTION: How does one set the background and text colors of the <optgroup> element so that they appear properly in Firefox? Neither optgroup { background: black; color: white; } nor optgroup { background-color: black; color: white; } appear to work. Roddy
  2. This is an example working with optgroup. <form action="#" ><SELECT name="rubsel" class="btn"><?php$tmp=0;while($row = $result->fetch_assoc() ) {$reeks = implode(" " , $row); ?> <optgroup ="btn" label = "<?php echo $reeks; ?>" ><?php echo $reeks ;$tmp ; ?><option class="btn" name="rub_sub1" value="<?php echo $reeks; ?>">1 t/m 10 </option><option class="btn" name="rub_sub2" value="<?php echo $reeks; ?>">11 t/m 20 </option><option class="btn" name="rub_sub3" value="<?php echo $reeks; ?>">21 t/m 30 </option><option class="btn" name="rub_sub4" value="<?php echo $reeks; ?>">31 t/m 40 </option></optgroup><?php $tmp++;}?></SELECT><br><br><input type="submit" class ="btn" name ="tab_wrd" value="Kies Rubriek" /> <br><br></form> What i would like to know is how the input is being processed when using php. Especially how to find exactly the value of <option> The Select name input is found and echoed but what if I put a name attribute in the option element? I cant get an output of that. Or is there another way to get the option value with other attributes for instance?
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