Textbox & Textarea << Radio Buttons >> Check Boxes
RADIO buttons are the small circles option. You can list out as many items as you like with Radio buttons, but only one answer per grouping can be activated at a time. If a new one is selected, the last one becomes unselected.

Please choose an option:
Option 1
Option 2
Option 3
Option 4
Please choose an option: <br>
<input type="radio" name="sample" value="one" checked> Option 1 <br>
<input type="radio" name="sample" value="two"> Option 2 <br>
<input type="radio" name="sample" value="three"> Option 3 <br>
<input type="radio" name="sample" value="four"> Option 4

inputreadies the FORM for visitor input.
type="radio"creates the radio circle
name="sample"creates a NAME for this set of options. Notice how all the options have the same NAME. This group is called "sample". When you get the feedback, this name will be sent.
value="one"an individual name given to each individual option. When you get the feedback, the chosen value name will be sent.
checkedcreates a default choice. If this property is left out, all options will be blank until the visitor checks one of them.

Note : Notice the NAME value is the same for the group of choices. This is how a radio button can tell if a new value is selected. Only one value can be held in a specified name at one time.

To have a second radio button set on the page, a different NAME value must be used.
Textbox & Textarea << Radio Buttons >> Check Boxes

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