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    Hi,

    Is there any way to have an <insert> field with an <option>
    in it which is already selected by default, cf. html's
    <option selected> tag?

    Also, how does one put a pound symbol into WML? The tag
    &pound; doesn't seem to work.

    Thanks,

    Marc
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    Hi Marc,

    > Is there any way to have an <insert> field with an
    > <option>
    > in it which is already selected by default, cf. html's
    > <option selected> tag?


    In your <select> tag use the following :-
    <select ivalue="0">

    If you use 0 nothing will be selected, change the ivalue number for the different options.

    > Also, how does one put a pound symbol into WML?
    > The tag
    > doesn't seem to work.


    I used a pound sign WBMP image. You can find it at :-
    www.subnet.co.uk/pound.wbmp
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    Originally posted by gareth_heyes
    Hi Marc,
    > Is there any way to have an <insert> field with an
    > <option>
    > in it which is already selected by default, cf. html's
    > <option selected> tag?
    In your <select> tag use the following :-
    <select ivalue="0">
    If you use 0 nothing will be selected, change the ivalue number for the different options.

    Great - that seemed to work fine.
    > Also, how does one put a pound [symbol into WML?
    > The tag
    > doesn't seem to work.
    I used a pound sign WBMP image. You can find it at :-
    www.subnet.co.uk/pound.wbmp
    Hmm...this kind of works. I found (at least with my
    Nokia 7110) that images can only be displayed one to
    a line. This makes using the pound sign on the same
    line as text very difficult.
    I've just been experimenting and found that ASCII 163
    prints out a pound sign without any problems.
    Thanks,
    Marc

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