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What does <input type="radio"> do?
Defines a circular selection button in a form.

Code Example

<form>
 <p>Check the languages you are most proficient in.</p>
 <input type="radio" name="chooseone" value="HTML"><label for="HTML"> HTML</label><br>
 <input type="radio" name="chooseone" value="CSS"><label for="CSS"> CSS</label><br>
 <input type="radio" name="chooseone" value="JS"><label for="JS"> JS</label><br>
 <input type="radio" name="chooseone" value="PHP"><label for="PHP"> PHP</label><br>
 <input type="radio" name="chooseone" value="Ruby"><label for="Ruby"> Ruby</label><br>
 <input type="radio" name="chooseone" value="INTERCAL"><label for="INTERCAL"> INTERCAL</label><br>
</form>

Check the languages you are most proficient in.







The radio input type displays a radio button that the user can toggle on and off. radio differs from checkbox in the way it is displayed.

When building a list of radio buttons, the name attribute must be identical for each option in the list. This ensures that only one radio input in the group can be selected.

When the form is submitted, it will include the contents of the value attribute corresponding to the selected radio button.

Browser Support for radio

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