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Radio button and "Readonly"

Posted on 2003-10-29
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I would like to be able to "lock" a radio button much in the same way that a text field can be "locked" using the Readonly property.  I have tried the Disable property but it changes the appearance of the radio button.  I am looking for something that doesn't change the appearance but still locks the control.
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Question by:TheChos
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by:hb21l6
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I dont think you can do this which only leaves you two options.

1. have a picture that looks like a radio button or

2. have a dead button on the screen that doesn't do anything.


sorry

hb
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by:YZlat
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<input type="radio" name="radio1" style="color: #000000">
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Dean OBrien earned 250 total points
ID: 9642377
This might be a long winded way of doing it...

But have an <div> containing a picture with transparent background.  Absolutely position it above the radio button.  Depending upon the events leading to the radio button becoming 'locked', alter the z-index of the div and the radio button.  Thus not changing the appearance of the button yet making it unavailable.

i.e.
OPEN
--------------- radio button    (z-index=2)
--------------- invisible div     (z-index=1)

LOCKED
---------------invisible div     (z-index=2)
---------------radio button    (z-index=1)

The problem be positioning the div over the radio button. (are you using CSS to layout).  Have a go any way.

Easynow

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by:errows
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<input type="radio" value="1" readonly="readonly" checked="cheked" />Radio

Seems to work properly no?
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by:grossac
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Take a look at this previous message. It seems to address this issue quite well.

http://www-level3.experts-exchange.com/Web/Web_Languages/HTML/Q_20661287.html
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