unhide is not working with radio button javascript

Unhide not working with radio button in Javascript

As someone who has worked with Javascript personally, I understand the frustration of encountering issues with code that seems like it should work. If you are experiencing an issue where unhide is not working with radio button in Javascript, there are a few possible solutions that you can try.

Possible solutions

  • Check your code: The first step to solving any issue is to double-check your code. Make sure that you have correctly defined the radio buttons and the elements that you want to unhide. Ensure that all the necessary syntax is in place and that there are no syntax errors.
  • Check your CSS: Sometimes, the issue might not be with your Javascript but with your CSS. Make sure that the elements that you want to unhide are not hidden by CSS display:none or visibility:hidden properties.
  • Use jQuery: If you are using pure Javascript, you might want to try using jQuery instead. This library simplifies many common Javascript tasks, including unhide elements. You can use toggleClass() or show() to unhide elements, depending on your use case.

Example code using jQuery

    if($(this).val() === 'yes'){
    } else {

In the example above, we have used the change() function to listen for changes to our radio button. When the user selects the 'yes' option, we use show() to unhide the element with the ID 'element-to-unhide'. Otherwise, we use hide() to hide the element again.

Remember to include the jQuery library in your HTML code:

  <script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-3.6.0.min.js"></script>

If none of these solutions work, it might be worth seeking help from a more experienced Javascript developer or posting your code on a forum to get feedback from the community.

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