I have a form with a bunch of radio buttons among other form elements, where, on page load, i want to basically re-set all the radio buttons to NOTCHECKED. I know, this sounds counter productive... but bear with me. Basically, i want the default value of everything to be <input tyep="radio" checked="NOTCHECKED" />. Obviously, that doesn't exist. I need to fight cookies or browser sessions as well. If the user hits the back button, i want it empty again. The hard part-- I'm trying to avoid using scripting. this is going to be served on a HIGHLY limited 3rd party, one-off application, but it supports xml, html and css. browser sessions are similar to IE. I don't want to physcally force a reset of the entire form, as i don't want to clear text boxes-- just radio elements. can this be done? Any ideas?