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The default behavior of the <selectmenu> control mimics the behavior of the <select> command. One way to style the control to match you requires using the CSS: ::part() pseudo-element to select the different parts within the control’s anatomy that you wish to style. ::part() can be used to style the <button>, <selected-value>, and <listbox> parts of the control. You can also customize the control much more by providing your own markup to replace the default one, and extend or re-order the parts.

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An opinion that a person has is always someone’s. An opinion, as opposed to thoughts, is frozen and not flexible. An opinion is always somewhere received, assigned, and privatized. And they became “my.” The “my” that I care about most.

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::-webkit-input-placeholder" {
:color green
:font-size 1.2rem
}

::-moz-placeholder" {
:color green
:font-size 1.2rem
}

:-moz-placeholder {
:color green
:font-size 1.2em
}

:-ms-input-placeholder {
:color green
:font-size 1.2rem
}

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