Radio Button

n.

Pronunciation

/ˈreɪdiˌoʊ ˈbʌtən/

Definition

A control element used in programs and web pages that allows a user to choose a single value from a list.

A radio button offers a binary choice, it is either "on" or "off". They are typically used next to values in a list that are mutually exclusive. When one radio button is selected in the list all other buttons will be un-selected.

Category

Web Design

Related Terms

Data Entry Type, Form

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