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HTML5 Data and Services Cookbook

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HTML5 Data and Services Cookbook

Overview of this book

HTML5 is everywhere. From PCs to tablets to smartphones and even TVs, the web is the most ubiquitous application platform and information medium bar. Its becoming a first class citizen in established operating systems such as Microsoft Windows 8 as well as the primary platform of new operating systems such as Google Chrome OS. "HTML5 Data and Services Cookbook" contains over 100 recipes explaining how to utilize modern features and techniques when building websites or web applications. This book will help you to explore the full power of HTML5 - from number rounding to advanced graphics to real-time data binding. "HTML5 Data and Services Cookbook" starts with the display of text and related data. Then you will be guided through graphs and animated visualizations followed by input and input controls. Data serialization, validation and communication with the server as well as modern frameworks with advanced features like automatic data binding and server communication will also be covered in detail.This book covers a fast track into new libraries and features that are part of HTML5!
Table of Contents (21 chapters)
HTML5 Data and Services Cookbook
About the Authors
About the Reviewers

Creating a multiple-selection list

Chosen can be used to create beautiful-looking multiple selections. In this recipe, we will create a form for a menu ordering that uses this type of selections in a form.

Getting ready

This recipe will contain the same parts as Creating a custom single-selection list, and build upon them.

How to do it...

We start by having the same base as Creating a custom single-selection list, and add the following parts:

  1. First, we add the selections that will have the drop-down CSS class we created in the head section:

          <label for="cocktails">Place the order for cocktails</label>
         <select id="cocktails" data-placeholder="Add cocktails"  multiple class="drop-down" name="cocktails">
              <option value=""></option>
              <option>Black Velvet</option>
              <option>Irish coffee</option>
              <option>Giant Panda<...