In the preLoad function, each image is given a two-character mark. The id of the main image is represented by the first character. The key image in this example has the id a, and the images are named a1, a2, and a3.
When the radio button is pressed, the preLoad function references the images until the body executes, so they can appear quickly. When autocomplete=”off” is specified in the form, it is properly reset when the page is refreshed. To view the source of this page, I recommend using your browser.
I apologize for my lack of VBA awareness, but I’m stuck. I’m using VBA to build a userform that has several options operated by radio buttons. I’d like to allocate a variable to each radio button that activates the display of a specific image (stored on another worksheet). An image on the userform calls up the variable and then displays the appropriate image based on the radio button selected.
As for the rest, I’d only put multiple image artifacts on the form and use the choice button’s click event handlers to toggle their visibility properties so that only the required image control is visible and the rest are concealed. It’s a lot easier than fiddling with pictures and changing/loading them. You also don’t have to keep them on a worksheet any longer. They’re saved right in the shape.
The photos were extracted from Autocad, cropped in PSP, and pasted onto the worksheet. Yes, the photos are expected to refresh as soon as the radio button is changed. I haven’t tried putting them in the Picture sector because I’m not sure how to do it, so I’m not sure if it would work. Having said that, I like the concept of including several photos in the form itself, even though I currently have 22 radio buttons and intend to increase that number to at least 30. (I’m not sure if this counts, but just in case it does)
Solution: For each radio field option, you can use HTML in the label input. So you might add a picture tag in the name, and it would appear alongside the radio button in the backend post editor. In wp-admin, however, you don’t have a lot of choices for handling styles. An example of the post field editor is img-tag.png.
I’m trying to create a custom area where content editors can select from a variety of logos. Is there a way to incorporate image files directly into the back end and associate them with radio button values? If not, I’ll have to resort to text options, but I’m not sure how to connect those text options to images for front-end display. Thank you in advance for your assistance.
For each radio field choice, you can use HTML in the label input. So you might add a picture tag in the name, and it would appear alongside the radio button in the backend post editor. In wp-admin, however, you don’t have a lot of choices for handling styles. An example of the post field editor is img-tag.png.
Hello there, gentlemen. I have a question about the radio button feature. I’m working on a voting app. I want to use a picture as a candidate, and when the user wants to choose, they will click the radio button that represents the candidate picture and then send the data. I’d like to know how to connect a picture to a radio image and save the value in an excel database… can I do this with a form screen? or use a more straightforward method… Thank you so much. azzamkaz azzamkaz azzamkaz
In this case, it seems that a gallery will be more useful than a radio button. You can have a horizontal gallery, and if you want the radio button effect, you can use the Visible formula to display or hide images or circles on the gallery item: ThisItem.IsSelected is a property that indicates whether or not anything is selected. If you don’t arrive on time, please let me know.