Hello Scott, Thank you for your info about these dropdownlists and how you can make your own.
I have figured this out by now and it helps.
However, when I want to replace or update an existing dropdownlist ( in my case : bookingdates , seehttp://www.parkrestaurant.be/bookingIPAD.html
the new list of available dates is added to the existing list of available dates.
In fact , it should REPLACE the old list, and not be added at the end of the old list.
Removing the remaining old dates from the list manually ( deleting them one by one with the "minus" sign ) is an impossible job, because webform reacts so extremely slow on my ( well equipped gaming ) pc that it would take hours to remove those entries one by one.
It would be handy to be able to highlight multiple entries of the dropdownlist and then delete them with one click on the "minus" button.
Thanks for looking in to this
ps : I only found out accidentally that you replied to my previous question - how does one gets notified about replies ??