This is probably an easy one for many of you.
I'm using drop down code for an email sign up form on a web page. Everything works fine.
On the first drop down the list expands down. On the second,the list expands up. What drives this decision? I did not see anything to alter that changes this?
Here is the form on a demo site for convenience.
The direction of drop down is determined by the space between the select box and the edge of the browser chrome, or the edge of the screen.
Safari 4 (on OS X) does things differently - it drops the drop-down list out of the browser, and if it would hit the bottom of the screen, adds a continuation button.
Firefox on OS X drops the drop down out of the window, if there is room on the screen, or upward if there isn't.
You have no control over this - Operating system and Browser will choose how best to behave...
Thought it was browser related-thanks for getting back so quickly and thoroughly. Have a great day.