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I came across this information from UX Movement.com Like other form elements, a select menu should always have a label next to it. However, you should also have a label inside the select menu that tells users what they’re selecting. The label should clearly and distinctly describe the group of options. A generic label such as “Please Select” ...


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I'm sure you've figured this out by now but for anyone who finds this later - I would definitely go with the uniform style. In Select2 you don't have to display the search. You can use the minimumResultsForSearchproperty in your initialization. So it would look like: $('select').select2({ //options minimumResultsForSearch: 20 }); Then it would only ...


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Vanilla dropdown components don't allow for much improvement. If you leverage a tool like Select2.js you can modify the template of your dropdown items. For example: Note that that each dropdown item uses a template that allows you to deviate from the current "single line of text" that you are normally limited to. In my opinion, this provides a much ...



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