Radio is a type of control that allows users to select a single item from a list.
Radio controls are made up of an item/option, which contains the circular selector and a label.
The selector is a circle with a 2 px border. This can exist in multiple states like: Unselected, Unselected Disabled, Unselected Hover, Select and Selected Disabled.
Always maintain a minimum of (?) pixel margin between selector and label to maintain legibility.
Radios are very flexible components that can be placed anywhere you need to provide a user with choices. Examples of Radio placement include within forms, tables or filtering options.
Always maintain a minimum 10 pixel margin between Radios or components so that they do not become lost.
maintain a 10 px margin between Radios.
place Radios without sufficient margin.
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For all variables visit the CSS documentation page for radio.