HTML HTML Forms Choosing Options Create Checkboxes

Add labels for the two checkboxes that say "Fast Shipping" and "Subscribe to Newsletter". Then add line breaks after the

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<!DOCTYPE html>
    <meta charset="utf-8">
    <title>HTML Forms</title>
    <form action="index.html" method="post">
      <h1>Shirt Order Form</h1>
      <label for="color">Shirt Color:</label>
      <select id="color" name="shirt_color">
        <option value="red">Red</option>
        <option value="yellow">Yellow</option>
        <option value="purple">Purple</option>
        <option value="blue">Blue</option>
        <option value="green">Green</option>
        <option value="orange">Orange</option>
      <label>Shirt Size:</label>
      <input type="radio" id="small" value="small" name="shirt_size"><label for="small">Small</label><br>
      <input type="radio" id="medium" value="medium" name="shirt_size"><label for="medium">Medium</label><br>
      <input type="radio" id="large" value="large" name="shirt_size"><label for="large">Large</label><br>
<input type="checkbox"id="shipping"value="fast_shipping"><label for="fast shipping"></label><br>
<input type="checkbox"id="newsletter"value="subscribe"><label for="subscribe to newsletter"></label><br>

      <button type="submit">Place Order</button>

1 Answer

Peter Kullmann
Peter Kullmann
14,267 Points

Take a closer look at the present input fields and how their labels are connected to them, here is one of them:

 <input type="radio" id="large" value="large" name="shirt_size"><label for="large">Large</label>

The text to be displayed in the browser is located between the opening and closing label tags. However, the label is linked to the input by using the input's id ("large") as the value of the label's for-attribute.

Does that help you with the task?

Connecting label and input field this way improves usability because the input field is selected by clicking the label and also simplifies access for people using assistive technology such as screen readers.