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When you have a set of option buttons that are grouped together, there should be visual indication to show the relationship between them. Otherwise, it can be confusing for people who may not know what each button does. This blog post will discuss which type of button is best for grouping: radio or checkbox. Number of Items: __, Number of Sub-items: __ Bullet Point Content: – Radio buttons are better for one or two options that should be selected from a list. Checkboxes are better for more than three options and allow people to select as many different items as they want at the same time., – A good rule is to use radio buttons when there are only two mutually exclusive choices in your form (e.g. yes/no). For everything else, you’ll need checkboxes., **Radio Buttons vs Check Boxes ** *A great way to know which type of button corresponds with what kind of form is by thinking about how many clicks it will take someone on your site to complete their task.* *Radio buttons are better for one or two options that should be selected from a list. Checkboxes are better for more than three options and allow people to select as many different items as they want at the same time.* *A good rule is to use radio buttons when there are only two mutually exclusive choices in your form (e.g. yes/no). For everything else, you’ll need checkboxes.* Do not end with an ellipsis: __ __The next sentence of the content goes here! __ The colon indicates where this new sentence should go. Do not indent after the colon but do remember to leave space before it so we can see what follows clearly onscreen without having words running into each other

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