The shoot was pretty uneventful. I set up lighting in record time, and the director loved it. I wanted to tweak it a little more, but hey, if she's happy, it's her movie. We shot for 2 hours in a bakery where donuts were being made by the lead actress. It was kinda funny, because she was really too small to be able to cut the dough properly.
In this case, I have a set of radio buttons. With the group, the button selected is given a value: edited for appearance
INPUT type=radio value=1 name=q9
INPUT type=radio value=2 name=q9
INPUT type=radio value=3 name=q9
INPUT type=radio value=4 name=q9
You would think that value would be a numerical value since it's not encased in quotes. Nope. It's *text*.
OTOH, it is leading me to separate the input handling from the processing, which is good design practice.