How to remove the dropdown arrow in Internet Explorer

Unlike other browsers, Internet Explorer will not fully disable a <select> element’s style when you use the CSS3 appearance property. To hide the dropdown’s arrow, use the following CSS line:

select::-ms-expand { display: none; }

7 comments on “How to remove the dropdown arrow in Internet Explorer

  1. I am trying to hide the default drop-down arrow in IE9 at time of print.i am able to hide or remove arrow in print. select::-ms-expand { display: none; } its works fine in IE10-IE11 but not works in IE9 browser.Please suggest how to hide or remove drop-drop arrow in IE9.

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