Originally Posted by itxtme
Each product has a check box that by default will be checked, instead of the user having to click on the check box I want them to be able to click on the href encasing the name of the product.
I’m sorry but I have to ask again: what is the point of the href attribute in a link if you’re not referencing (linking to) any document? I would say: there is no point, therefore there is no point in using an anchor element in the first place.
That said, I don’t get the point of the whole thread here if all you wanna do it click on a text string and want to check/uncheck a checkbox because that’s exactly what the
element is doing. Why make things so complicated?
<input type="checkbox" id="example">
<label for="example">Label for the checkbox which, if clicked, will toggle the checked state thereof</label>
alternatively you can put the input inside the label element:
<label><input type="checkbox"> If this text inside the label element is clicked the checkbox will be checked/unchecked</label>