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How can I remove the blank option from a dropdownAsked by bdoodle on April 13, 2016 at 11:42 AM
In my test form, I specified a default value in each of my drop down menus for panel colors. Nevertheless, when you actually access the menu on the form, a blank selection remains available. I tried making the first one a required field as well, but this didn't prevent the blank choice from showing. I realize that the form will function and I can assume the default value if blank is chosen, but I wanted to ask you to make sure there's no way to remove the blank choice. Please let me know.
My test form:
It is not possible to remove the blank option in the form builder. It requires using the full source code of your form and embedding that code to a web page. You would then be able to disable the blank option by modifying your forms source code:
<option value="" disabled="disabled" selected="selected">Select your option</option>
You would find the code for your dropdown and modify the first option similar to the above.
It is not possible to do in the form itself.