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    Help wit Form inputs

    Ok so i put in the inputs and what not and i put in the radio buttons so do i need to put what they are outside the code? u know like <INPUT TYPE="radio" NAME="blood" VALUE="O"> so that just shows the button right? on the page i mean. so i need to put this?
    O: <INPUT TYPE="radio" NAME="blood" VALUE="O"> and it should say o next to the buttton right? is this how its done or is there another way that this is done? thanx

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    This would display the text "This is a radio button:" then a selected radio button:
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    This is a radio button: <input type="radio" value="value1" checked name="radio1">
    This would display the text "This is a radio button:" then an unselected radio button:
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    This is a radio button: <input type="radio" value="value1"  name="radio1">

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    hey thanx man, i figured it out a while ago but i just learned know from u that u can have already checked buttons kewl man, u can do the same wit check boxes right?

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    deadfinger04-

    Yup... the 'checked' portion added to your <input /> statement for either a radio button or checkmark box will give it a "checked" status.

    Good luck!

    -David



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