HTML | Tags and Attributes [FORM] [Radio Buttons]

Ü How to include Radio Buttons?
            Radio buttons mainly offer to choose an option from many. That is, user can select only one option. First, consider the following code,
               <INPUT TYPE=”...” NAME=”...” VALUE=”...” >
Here in the case of radio buttons the TYPE will be RADIO. For all of the options we will have to give same value of the NAME attribute. That is for a group
of options. the value of the NAME attribute will be the same. The value of the VALUE attribute is important and should be different for each option. There is another attribute, CHECKED. We will have to put it in any one option. So, in the output, that radio button of that option will be checked initially. It is as follows,
              <INPUT TYPE=”...” NAME=”...” VALUE=”...” CHECKED>
Now consider the following input and output.
Input :
I want....<BR>
<INPUT TYPE="RADIO" NAME="Choosing" VALUE="permanent" CHECKED>to be permanent member.<BR>
<INPUT TYPE="RADIO" NAME="Choosing" VALUE="temporary">to be limited member.<BR>
<INPUT TYPE="RADIO" NAME="Choosing" VALUE="trial">3 days free trial.<BR><BR>

Author: Tanmay Chakrabarty

Tanmay Chakrabarty is a former CSE student, currently working as a Senior Software Engineer with 5+ years of experience in the field of Web Application development in PHP+MySQL platform with strong skills in Javascript, JQuery, JQuery UI and CSS. He tries to write notes every week but fails due to heavy loads of duty.

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