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Ext.NET Web Application Development by Anup Shah

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Form layout

Ext.NET provides a number of ways in which you can arrange form fields.

Checkbox and Radio button grouping

Checkboxes and Radio buttons can be configured to show in a variety of ways, for example, rendered in rows, or a column, or multiple columns. For example, using a simple container to hold a RadioGroup:

<ext:RadioGroup runat="server" Width="400">
    <Items>
        <ext:Radio BoxLabel="Item 1" />
        <ext:Radio BoxLabel="Item 2" Checked="true" />
        <ext:Radio BoxLabel="Item 3" />
        <ext:Radio BoxLabel="Item 4" />
        <ext:Radio BoxLabel="Item 5" />
    </Items>
</ext:RadioGroup>

The preceding code snippet will produce the following:

Checkbox and Radio button grouping

Using a RadioGroup means ...

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