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How to display a hidden area when a radio button is checked?

Thread began 7/27/2015 10:13 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 7/27/2015 6:20 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | 2756 views | 8 replies

Nathon Jones Web Design

Yes, but if one of the radio buttons is set as "checked" then it will already be selected and NOTHING could potentially be clicked, right?
Isn't that going to cause problems?

Thinking out loud here said that if I have hidden the additional form fields using "display:none" then they'll still be submitted so, technically, I don't need to create the "reveal-if-notfamily" set of hidden form elements because they already exist?

Really appreciate it Ray, thank you.

Urggh...I have removed onclick="hideorshow();" from the input radio button and moved it into <body onload="hideorshow();"> and now it doesn't work at all. :( Do I still need an onclick somewhere?

This is all happening at:

EDIT: So, I added back in the onclick="hideorshow();" for each input radio option and it's working now. Just off to test if the hidden form fields are indeed being submitted. Thank you.

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