Checkboxes are used to provide a list of options where more than one can be selected.
To create a single checkbox, add an
input with a
type="checkbox" attribute and a corresponding
label. If the
input isn't wrapped in its corresponding
label, be sure to set the
for attribute of the
label to match the
id of the
input so they are semantically associated.
For a more compact version that is useful in toolbars and tight spaces, add the
data-mini="true" attribute to the element to create a mini version.
Typically, there are multiple checkboxes listed under a question title. To visually integrate multiple checkboxes into a grouped button set, the framework will automatically remove all margins between buttons and round only the top and bottom corners of the set if there is a
data-role="controlgroup" attribute on the
Checkboxes can also be used for grouped button sets where more than one button can be selected at once, such as the bold, italic and underline button group seen in word processors. To make a horizontal button set, add the
data-type="horizontal" to the
To swap the position of the check icon from the default position on the left, add the
data-iconpos="right" attribute to the fieldset to create a mini version.
To set the theme, add the
data-theme attribute on the
fieldset to the individual checkbox inputs.