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I have 3 radio buttons on a page, after selecting one, an action is performed, and the 3 radio buttons get hidden until a user clicks a button to redisplay them. When they re-appear I want to have the radio buttons to be all unchecked as they initially were (all = with the same name, i.e. leaving all other radio buttons alone on the page). What's the easiest way to accomplish this in jQuery? Thanks.
Thanks for the reply Bear. I was wondering more along the lines of how to select all radio buttons with a particular name then I was going to use removeAttr("selected") on the results. $('input <what else is needed>').removeAtr('selected'). Thanks again.