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    I have a class for my radio/checkbox with buttons, ugly at best, and I also have a separate button class. I have tried endlessly to apply the buttons to my radio/checkbox without success. Can anyone help me here please. All the code is in place, just not working. I will work later on getting it to a flexbox, but I want the buttons in place first.


    Not sure what you are asking.

    Applying an active class when clicked…that’s javascript.

    Also: Links are not buttons


    Transferring from mind to screen is not an easy task, so here goes I want the look and feel of the “buttons” class to be applied to the “sunken” class. The “buttons” class was only created so that I can get an idea of what I want “sunken” to look like. Basically have the “sunken” class, which is either checkbox or radio, depending on what on want and need at the time, to look and feel like a push “buttons” class.

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