VOLKAN ÖZÇELİK wrote: > A trick can be a hidden radio button (position:absolute;top:-999em; > left:-999em; display:none) and setting it checked when you need all > the rest to be not check. > > Obviously screen-readers will not like this. But if I understood > correctly accessibility is not a big deal in your case. > Hrm, might be getting somewhere with this. I'm not concered with screen readers or even standards for that matter-- this is an internal app for about 5 people, all who can see/hear :) So now, if i have this hidden radio button that is marked to be checked by default: <input type="radio" class="offscreenposition" checked="checked" name="A" value="foo" /> and its visual counter part, <input type="radio" name="A" value="bar" /> If I select radio button "bar", submit the page, and then hit the back button, "bar" is still active, not the off-screen "foo". And this puts me right back where I started from... Appreciate the idea though. might be a part of the answer.