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Unique required validation, 1 radio button selection needed

  1. John
    Member

    I have 6 radio button groups where a person is to select up to 3 points before they can submit. Calculation sum validation is working.

    Also before they can submit they need to select 1 radio button that is considered a 'con'. How do I validate this to make sure only 1 con is selected?

    Conditionals are like this: Submit button only shows if all these are in place:
    [Total sum =3]
    [Con Selected = You have 1 con] (which is a conditional radio button that appears if a person selects a "con".

    You can try it here, about the middle of the page. I'm trying to prevent people from selecting 2 Con buttons among the choices.

    http://test7.highwaters.net/body-parts/

    thanks.

    Posted 7 years ago on Wednesday March 27, 2013 | Permalink
  2. To control which radio button selections are allowed in your form, and to ensure up to 3 are selected, you can use jQuery. Here is something close http://stackoverflow.com/a/4028702

    We're not jQuery experts so we don't have any more specific advice to enforce those restrictions on the values your visitors can select.

    Posted 7 years ago on Sunday March 31, 2013 | Permalink