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I have a form with a drop-down menu in it. The drop-down menu is created using the <html-el:...> tag.
Everything displays well this way:
But, if I add this attribute; ENCTYPE="multipart/form-data", in the <html-el:form ...> tag like this:
I get this runtime error in the browser: Attribute ENCTYPE invalid for tag form according to TLD'
If I use the <form ENCTYPE="multipart/form-data" action="/content/AddFiles"> together with the <html-el:select ...>, <html-el ption ...>, <html-el ptions ...> tags, I do not get runtime error message; nonethess, the drop-down menu "cannot" be displayed.
What should I do?
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