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kaido20
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How to display radio buttons instead of dropdown

In my Portal, all the options field display a dropdown menu, but I want to have radio buttons, which are much more interactive, but can't seem to figure out how to format the fields into radio buttons, or even create them as radio buttons to begin with. I have seen radio buttons in other portals. How do I create these fields?

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hardikv
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Hi @kaido20

You can display optionset as radio button from entity form meta data.

 

Please refer below link:

http://shaikhd365.blogspot.com/2019/07/convert-optionset-values-into-radio.html?m=1

 

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hardikv
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Hi @kaido20

You can display optionset as radio button from entity form meta data.

 

Please refer below link:

http://shaikhd365.blogspot.com/2019/07/convert-optionset-values-into-radio.html?m=1

 

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kaido20
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It's not working...

Just to confirm the steps:

1. I go to Web form, select the step that loads the form

2. I click on linked, Webform Metadata to pull up the tab

3. I click on Add new Webform metadata

4. I go to style, and select radio button list.

 

Is this correct? If so, it doesn't appear to work.

kaido20
Frequent Visitor

Oops, I apologize. I selected the wrong attribute.

Once I corrected that, the steps work. 

Can we do the reverse of this and display Yes/No radio buttons as a dropdown?

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