Up to this point we’ve created a pretty simple, but good looking toolbar from just a single image using JQueryUI’s button widgets and some CSS trickery. We also looked at how using JQueryUI we transformed basic HTML Form elements into our buttons and yet they still retained their characteristics, such as a radio button group or checkboxes. Now, the last part of this tutorial will go over how to programmatically alter these button states and groups.
So continuing from yesterdays post (click here in case you missed it), we’ll take a look at the next step; grouping the buttons and working with other input types, like Radio Buttons and Checkboxes. Once that’s done, we can look at what it takes to disable buttons or entire groups of buttons.