Brian said: Finderski said: It'll be kind of hacky, but...I'd change the radio buttons to check boxes, all with the same name, but different values. Then put the checkboxes in front of the input field with display: none; No need. You can style elements based on a radio button's :checked property just like you can do with a checkbox. Although, wouldn't he have to move the text field to the end of the row for that? If he wants to leave the layout how it is the reason I recommended changing to checkboxes was because I've had funky behavior using radio buttons when I duplicated them in the past, for some reason.