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Remove 'radio button' from input type = radio

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I have an input that has type=radio. I am trying to figure out how to remove the actual radio button using CSS. The input is paired with a label. I am trying to get the input's label alone without the actual radio button.

Please let me know if you're aware of a method to do this. Thanks!
Jun 16 '11 #1
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you could set the display property to none. though thatís completely disabling the radio button in IE. you can also set a negative right-margin or top-margin to move it out of the viewport. if youíre not concerned with the occupied space, you can also try visibility: hidden
Jun 16 '11 #2

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