Similar to my previous demo, this one converts a long scrolling select list into a more compact scrolling drop list.
Instead of using a select list I have changed this to a set of radio inputs and styled their associated labels to look like a drop list.
In this demo I have hidden the radio inputs as it is not necessary for visitors to see these when selecting the country fron the drop list.
Click the top level 'Select Country' with the down arrow to show the 'select list', then click the country you want. The 'select list' will stay open until you click the top level again which now has the up arrow showing.
So an alternative to the noral select list which can be styled any way you like, and all done with just CSS.
This does work in IE9 but the animation will not be seen.
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Soft Geometry Creative Industries is a music-based design company located in Bristol UK.
I create artwork for albums, singles, posters and t-shirts.
My work is influenced by punk and post-punk poster and flyer design, lo-fi photocopy aesthetics, Francis Bacon and Mark Rothko.
I can provide a start to finish service with my own art and photography, put together work from images provided by yourself, and collaborate on an idea.