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A radio button or option button is a graphical control element that allows the user to choose only one of a predefined set of mutually exclusive options. For example, for a radio button group named Sex with the options Male and Female, the variable Sex would not be passed, even with a blank value.
Radio buttons are used when there is a list of two or more options that are mutually exclusive and the user must select exactly one choice. In other words, clicking a non-selected radio button will deselect whatever other button was previously selected in the list.
Begin by creating an input element to serve as the basic foundation. Set the type to radio. Give each radio button a unique id. Use the name attribute to identify all the buttons in a group. Consider visual grouping as well.
A radio button should be a small circle that has a solid circle inside it when selected. Visually present groups of choices as groups, and clearly separate them from other groups on the same page.
Checkbox can be in either of the two states checked or unchecked. When checkbox is checked, a tick mark appears in the rectangle. When it is unchecked, the rectangle will be empty. Options buttons are used to allow user to select one from a set of mutually exclusive options.
Select a radio button or checkbox within a form document. Open the Properties panel. Select from the following radio button options: Radio Button/Checkbox. Enter a name for the Radio Button or Checkbox object.
Get the value of the value attribute of a radio button: getElementById("myRadio"). value; Change the value of the value attribute of a radio button: getElementById("myRadio"). Using radio buttons together with a text input field to display the value of the selected radio button: getElementById("result").
The radio class is a simple wrapper around the HTML elements. You can check a radio button by default by adding the checked HTML attribute to the element. You can disable a radio button by adding the disabled HTML attribute to both the
Give people control and align with their expectations (Good): It is better to have a selected radio button by default, given that people cannot deselect and set the button back to its original state once one has been selected. A default selection sets the correct user expectation.
Checkboxes and Radio Buttons are very similar. They both display a list of options which a user can select from. Checkbox fields allow the user to select one or more options and boxes can be checked and unchecked. Radio Buttons fields will allow only one option to be selected.
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