Inserting ColdFusion radio buttons

Inserting ColdFusion radio buttons

You can visually insert a ColdFusion radio button into your form and set its properties. Use radio buttons when you want users to select only one choice from a set of options. Radio buttons are typically used in groups. All radio buttons in a group must have the same name.

This Dreamweaver enhancement is only available if you have access to a computer running ColdFusion MX 7 or later. For more information, see Enabling the ColdFusion enhancements.

To visually insert ColdFusion radio buttons:

  1. Place the insertion point inside the form outline.
  2. In the CFForm category of the Insert bar, click the CF Radio Button icon.

    A radio button appears in the ColdFusion form.

  3. In the Property inspector, set the radio button properties.

    For more information, click the Help icon in the Property inspector.

  4. To label the radio button, click beside it on the page and enter text for the label.

Related topics

  • Setting the properties of ColdFusion form controls visually

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