Provided that you use the correct naming conventions and layout for your buttons, you will not have any trouble.
The first thing that to look at when using radio buttons on our form is how the buttons need to be coded in order for them to function properly as radio buttons.
You will generate an Index View template taking advantage of ASP.
NET MVC's scaffolding feature to display the albums' properties in an HTML table.
The Store Manager Index page has one potential issue: Title and Artist Name properties can both be long enough to throw off the table formatting. In this exercise, you will learn how to create a form to allow store managers to edit an Album.
For example, Price attribute has the following data annotation in the model: You can install Microsoft Visual Studio Express 2012 for Web or another "Express" version using the Microsoft Web Platform Installer.
The desired behavior we want is to have only one button selected at a time; when one button is selected then any previously selected button will be automatically deselected.
The solution here is to give all of the radio buttons within the group the same name but different values.
You can use this solution as a guide if you need additional help working through the exercises.
Estimated time to complete this lab: 60 minutes In this exercise, you will learn how to create a new controller to support CRUD operations, customize its Index action method to return a list of albums from the database and finally generating an Index View template taking advantage of ASP.