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Better Looking Select Menu?

Posted on 2009-06-30
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Hi,

Can someone provide some CSS that will style the HTML <select> control?  I am looking to make mine a bit more polished looking, more web 2.0, I don't really care for that "term", but I hope it help illustrate what I am looking for.  

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Question by:Westside2004
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I believe if you provide given options with a class, you can format the class accordingly, although you may find that some things cannot be changed. ie...

<option class="opt1">dfsdf</option>

CSS:

.opt1 {
  font-weight: bold;
}
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