autofocus- Specifies that a form control should have input focus when the page loads, unless the user overrides it, for example by typing in a different control. Only one form element in a document can have this attribute, which is a Boolean. (HTML5)
disabled- This Boolean attribute indicates that the user cannot interact with the control. If this attribute is not specified, the control inherits its setting from the containing element, for example
<fieldset>; if there is no containing element with the disabled attribute set, then the control is enabled.
<form>element that this element is associated with (its "form owner"). The value of this attribute must be an ID of a
<form>element in the same document. If this attribute is not specified, this element must be a descendant of a
<form>element. This attribute enables you to place
<select>elements anywhere within a document, not just as descendants of their
multiple- This Boolean attribute indicates that multiple options can be selected in the list. If it is not specified, then only one option can be selected at a time.
name- Specifies the name of the control.
size- If the control is presented as a scrolled list box, this attribute represents the number of rows in the list that should be visible at one time. Browsers are not required to present
<select>elements as a scrolled list box.
<select> <option>1</option> <option>2</option> <option>3</option> </select>