my $e = $widget->element( 'Select', 'foo' );
$e->options( foo => 'Foo', bar => 'Bar' );
As of version 1.09, an In constraint is no longer automatically added to Select elements. Use ``constrain_options'' to provide this functionality.
commentAdd a comment to this Element's label.
labelThis label will be placed next to your Element.
sizeIf set to 1, the select element is displayed as a pop-up menu, otherwise the element is displayed as a list box, with the size determining the display height in rows. The default size is 1.
$widget->element( 'Select', 'foo' )->multiple( 1 );
If the multiple attribute is set, the select element is rendered as a list box, and the user may select multiple options.
If the size is not set, the default size (height) is the number of elements. If the size is set to 1, the element is rendered as a pop-up menu.
optionsA list of options in key => value format. Each key is the unique id of an option tag, and its corresponding value is the text displayed in the element.
valueA list of keys (unique option ids) which will be pre-set to ``selected''. Can also be addressed as value for consistency with the other elements
``value'' is an alias for ``selected''.
constrain_valuesIf true, an In constraint will automatically be added to the widget, using the key names from ``options''.
``constrain_values'' is an alias for ``constrain_options''.
retain_defaultIf true, overrides the default behaviour, so that after a field is missing from the form submission, the xml output will contain the default value, rather than be empty.
AUTHORSebastian Riedel, "[email protected]"
LICENSEThis library is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.