Web Page Push Button....What do I need ????

Let's say I have a chart with 10 entries
I then have 10 radio buttons

Each button returns the text associated with the button

I can do this in Visual Basic very easily.
However, from what I hear using VB on a web page is not exactly
the way to do things.

What am I looking at to program such a simple application
for display on a web page. ASP or VBScript or What ?

IE..the user sees 10 buttons and selects a button and
a text selection and or graphic is presented on click.

Thanks,
Wayne
Looking to find ut which vehicle I need but I'll take code as well **NOT VB CODE*** I can do that.
If you supply code I'll adjust points to 50
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3rsrichardCommented:
You can do that using HTML.
You create the buttons as graphic objects ( or get them from a graphic site).
You can then use either href, Javascript, VBA to pop up a new item or get a new page
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vbWayneAuthor Commented:
Means adding 10 pages instead of pulling from a file but yes it will work.
Thanks,
Wayne
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