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HTML <input type="radio">

❮ HTML <input> type attribute

Example

Radio buttons let a user select only one of a limited number of choices:

<input type="radio" id="male" name="gender" value="male">
<label for="male">Male</label><br>
<input type="radio" id="female" name="gender" value="female">
<label for="female">Female</label><br>
<input type="radio" id="other" name="gender" value="other">
<label for="other">Other</label>
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Definition and Usage

The <input type="radio"> defines a radio button.

Radio buttons are normally presented in radio groups (a collection of radio buttons describing a set of related options). Only one radio button in a group can be selected at the same time.

Note: The radio group must have share the same name (the value of the name attribute) to be treated as a group. Once the radio group is created, selecting any radio button in that group automatically deselects any other selected radio button in the same group. You can have as many radio groups on a page as you want, as long as each group has its own name.

Note: The value attribute defines the unique value associated with each radio button. The value is not shown to the user, but is the value that is sent to the server on "submit" to identify which radio button that was selected.

Tip: Always add the <label> tag for best accessibility practices!


Browser Support

Attribute
type="radio" Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Syntax

<input type="radio">

❮ HTML <input> type attribute