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Old April 5th, 2004, 02:13 PM
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Default radiobuttonlist

I am looking for assistance. I would like to have a set of radiobuttonlists in a table, so that each row functions as a radio button list. I have tried to do this by creating a table, placing my "question" in column 1, Creating headers text in row 1 and then placing the radiobuttonlists in column 2. The problems I am having is that If I don't give the radiobuttonlist listitem a text value, then it is using my value field. What I want is no text (as I am using a header row.) I would also like to be able to place borders around the cells or place the individual list items in cells of the html table. I think I just need a push in the right direction - I am not seeing the light.

Old April 9th, 2004, 10:03 AM
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Although I would never recommend developing a production application using FrontPage, it is sometimes useful for showing me how to do something I've never tried to do before. I'd suggest using it to lay out the tables you want (which will demonstrate how to do table borders and such).

For instance, I just tried dropping a readio button on a form ni FrontPage and changed teh code slightly to look like this:

<p><input type="radio" Name = "TestName" Value = "TestValue"></p>

The radio button in this instance shows no text next to it in IE 6, although I cannot speak for other browsers.

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