jQuery Mighty Form Styler replaces you form select element with a html ul list so you can easily and completely style it with css. With some little magic it behaves just like a regular select element.
Will turn this:
Enable the magic
Refresh (e.g. when you updated the values via ajax)
Add some minimal styling
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Enabled scrolling on dropdown list (issue #2, #4, #5)
Fixed issue #8: Keyboard navigation breaks when initiating mfs more than once
Fixed bug with searching for option while typing
Fixed documentation and stuff
Added dropdownHandle option
Added search for option while typing and dropdown is active
Updated jQuery version used in demo to 2.0.0
Fixed issue: It is possible to initialize the mfs selector twice for the same select element
Fixed issue: The selected options doesn't get the class selected after initialization
Fixed compatibility issues with jQuery 1.9 and above
Added support for optgroup options
Fixed active status on opening when there is already an selected option
Code cleanup, added destroy and refresh function
Initial public beta release
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Copyright (c) 2013 Bas van den Wijngaard
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