Here's one with a "Go" link....
<FORM> <SELECT NAME="JUMPBOX"> <OPTION VALUE="main.html" SELECTED="selected">Home</OPTION> <OPTION VALUE="new.html">What's New?</OPTION> <OPTION VALUE="friends.html">Friends</OPTION> <OPTION VALUE="search.html">Search</OPTION> </SELECT> <INPUT TYPE="button" VALUE="GO" ONCLICK="jumpBox(this.form.elements)"> </FORM>
and one without...
<form action="" method="post"><select name="" onChange="top.location.href = this.options[this.selectedIndex].value;"> <option value="index.htm">Public Access:</option> <option value="cases.htm">Case Studies</option> <option value="biblio.htm">Bibliography</option> <option value="appnotes.htm">Application Notes</option> <option value="vendors.htm">Vendor Links</option> <option value="ptrain.htm">Training, Education</option> </select></form>
Another reference --
Forms are not necessarily a good way to navigate a site. Plain old text links (maybe enhanced with CSS), or good old image buttons with ALT text or a rollover or two, are much more useful - and they look a lot nicer than those ugly forms, too.
My only problem ;-) is an editing quibble: pull-down or pulldown? I'm in favor of removing as many hyphens as possible!