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Feb
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comment How Yes or No Questions Should be Represented in Forms
I think my argument is quite valid, even if it does not comply with the 12 year old spec.
Feb
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comment How Yes or No Questions Should be Represented in Forms
Well, an unchecked group of radios for an answer with two possible fixed values seems more elegant to me than a dropdown list.
Feb
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Feb
3
comment How Yes or No Questions Should be Represented in Forms
Fair point, but I don't think any user agents implement this by auto checking the first radio in the group. I also notice its not in the current HTML5 spec. It seems quite logical to me that if I want the user to explicitly provide a YES/NO answer to use this approach, as is often required for legal reasons. How else would you do it?
Feb
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answered How Yes or No Questions Should be Represented in Forms