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The Radio element is a form input element, and can be added using New-PodeWebRadio. This will add a series of radio buttons to your form:

New-PodeWebCard -Content @(
    New-PodeWebForm -Name 'Example' -ScriptBlock {
        $bestLang = $WebEvent.Data['Best Language?']
    } -Content @(
        New-PodeWebRadio -Name 'Best Language?' -Options 'PowerShell', 'C#', 'Python', 'Other'

Which looks like below:



You can render this element inline with other non-form elements by using the -NoForm switch. This will remove the form layout, and render the element more cleanly when used outside of a form.

Display Name

By default the label displays the -Name of the element. You can change the value displayed by also supplying an optional -DisplayName value; this value is purely visual, when the user submits the form the value of the element is still retrieved using the -Name from $WebEvent.Data.

Display Options

By default the options displayed are from the -Options parameter. Like the Name, you can change the values displayed by supplying the optional -DisplayOptions - values in the array should be in the same order as the values in -Options. These values are, like the Display Name, purely visual, and when the form is submitted the server receives the original values from -Options.