Radio Buttons alignement of a new custom field + the None option which should be optional too.

It would be nice to change the alignment of radio buttons custom field. Actually, it gives vertical alignment, but if possible, an horizontal alignment would be nice.
Moreover, the field options should not include the NONE option which actually comes default.

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Another option is to leave "NONE" there but make the field mandatory. This will force the user to select something. And if you must remove NON, try this:

Thank you sir, but still i have problem regarding alignment of radiobuttons.

you advised me to use checkboxes instead of Radiobuttons, but i want to perform single selection functionality.

I didn't advise that ;) Anyways, you can modify the same template to produce the look and feel that you want.


None option will not come, when you provide a default value for the customfield during configuration, try to set a default value.

Hope this helps.

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Mizan Community Champion Dec 16, 2012

Yes the none option will come by default ... since its radio button .

You can use a checkbox customfield instead .

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