The Radio Button Web Control is an Input control that allows the selection of values.
name property to the HTML on the
<input> tag. This definition can be used by assistive technologies to identify this element on the Web Page. The default name in the HTML is
The value that the bound variable will have when the Radio Button is selected.
By default, a Variable of type Text is generated at the Web Page level to store the data from the input. Users can also edit the Data Binding property and create their own Variables.
The aria-label attribute is used to define a string that labels the current element. It is used to provide an accessible name for the control. For more information see here.
The Input ID assigned to the Radio Button. This Input ID can tied to a Label so that clicking on the associated Label will allow users to select the Radio Button.
For more on how to use the Input ID, see Connecting Labels to Input Controls.
TRUE the Radio Button will be visible. If
FALSE the Radio Button will not be displayed. If the field is empty, the Radio Button will be visible.
TRUE the Radio Button will be disabled and the user will not be able to interact with the control. If
FALSE the Radio Button will be enabled. If the field is empty, the Radio Button will be enabled.
Radio Buttons have styles for the following states:
Default - When first rendered without state
Selected - when the Data Binding evaluates to true
Disabled - When the Radio Button is disabled
Check Common style properties of web controls for further details on how to style your Radio Button Web Control.
This event is run whenever the radio button is selected or unselected.
Metadata about this event can be accessed through the
To be able to align the Radio Buttons with lines of text, a Selectable Container Web Control must be added first for each item to be selected. Then add the Radio Buttons and the Labels describing the items.