Selecting One Option from a List of Suitable Choices with RadioButton Web Controls
Another means of collecting user input are radio buttons, which, like drop-down lists, are suited for choosing one option from a list of valid options. You have probably seen and used radio buttons on Web pages before. Radio buttons are small circles that, when selected, have a black circle displayed within them. See Figure 11.10.
Figure 11.10. Radio buttons allow the user to select one option from a list of options.
Radio buttons can be grouped into a series of related radio buttons. Given a related group of radio buttons, only one of the radio buttons from the ...