<select>box. It's jQuery-based and it's useful for tagging, contact lists, country selectors, and so on. For more info please check out the official documentation.
Note!Add and remove items in any order without touching your mouse. Use your left/right arrow keys to move the caret (ibeam) between items. This example is instantiated from a
<input type="text"> element (note that the value is represented as a string).
Note!This demonstrates two main things: (1) custom item and option rendering, and (2) item creation on-the-fly. Try typing a valid and invalid email address.
Note!The most vanilla of examples.
Note!Selectize supports <optgroup> rendering (as of v0.5.0).
Note!This example only allows 3 items. Select one more item and the control will be disabled until one or more are deleted.
Note!A good example of (1) support for international characters (diacritics) and (2) how items are scored and sorted. Try typing "islands", for instance.
Note!This demo shows how to integrate third-party data from the GitHub API.
Note!Press the [backspace] key and go back to editing the item without it being fully removed.
Note!This plugin adds classic a classic remove button to each item for behavior that mimics Select2 and Chosen.
Note!Adds drag-and-drop support for easily rearranging selected items. Requires jQuery UI (sortable).
Note!A plugin by Simon Hewitt that renders optgroups horizontally with convenient left/right keyboard navigation.