What do I do so that I can make something that is an equivalent to:
<option>--</option> that has no value?
The reason I am asking is because if the first item from the database (Desktops) is the one the user wants to select then I can't get it to do a OnSelectedIndexChanged. I figure if it shows a blank ListItem then the user will have to change the index to select Desktops and trigger the event.
I'd appreciate any solution to this--either some kind of <option>--</option> or some way that if they picked "Desktops" it would still trigger event.
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