Supports most modern mobile and desktop browsers including IE9.
Pull requests accepted!
- Supports single and multiple select boxes
- Supports optgroups
- Custom datasets
- Searchable options
- Tagging support
- Custom events
- Custom styling
- Native select UI for mobile devices
- Dynamically add options
- Much more...
bower install mobius1-selectr --save
npm install mobius1-selectr --save
Grab the files from one of the CDNs and include them in your page:
You can replace
latest with the required release number if needed.
Start with a standard select box you want to convert:
Value 1Value 2Value 3...
You can then instantiate Selectr by passing a reference to your select box as the first parameter as either a DOM node or a CSS3 selector string:
Selectr accepts the options object as a second parameter:
'#mySelect'searchable: falsewidth: 300;
If this project helps you then you can grab me a coffee or beer to say thanks.
Copyright 2016 Karl Saunders
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