On 6/6/07, Casey Crookston <caseyc at intellisoftmn.com> wrote: > In .net 2.0, how would you un-select all items in a radio-button list? Purist answer: you can't, and it has nothing to do with .NET. A radio button by definition must have an item selected. If you are having trouble getting no default selection in .NET, it may be because they are honoring this definition. Even if you were to get .NET to not specify a default, you cannot keep the user agent from selecting a default (e.g. the first button). Either way, I would suggest you rethink your use of radio buttons vs. some other element. Alternatively, offer a "none" option and select it by default. -- Matt Warden Cleveland, OH, USA http://mattwarden.com This email proudly and graciously contributes to entropy.