The <select> list allows you to group related items into a list, In this way, the <select> list is similar to a group of check boxes or radio buttons.
If only one list item is visible at a time, the <select> list is rendered similarly to a pop-up menu, and only one list item can be selected at a times. If many list items are visible at a time, the <select> list is rendered similarly to a scrolling list. In this case, only one list item can be selected at a time(default behaviour and is similar to a radio button group), or multiple items can be attached(similar in behaviour to a checkbox group) To define a <select> list, use the <select>..</select> element. To define list items, inset <option> elements into the body of the <select> element.
To uniquely identify which list items are selected, add a name attribute to the <select> element and a value attribute to each <option> element. The enduing tag for the