Custom design radio buttons

I’ve designed my own custom radio buttons:

I want a user to choose an option and once hitting a save button it will add that option to the User data type under “preference” field.

I don’t want to use the current radio buttons in Bubble as they are not aesthetically pleasing.

Currently, what I’ve built is this:
I’ve created a data type for “Preference” and added the required fields I needed.

Then I’ve added a list of Preferences in the User data type and mapped it to the preference data type.

Then I’ve added a custom state on the page level

On the page I’ve added a repeating group and added ionic icons for the radio buttons and added all my elements needed.

Then I’ve added a workflow for when a user clicks the radio button

But not sure how to make it work like a radio button. When one is selected the other can’t also be selected. As to function like a radio button.

I also can’t figure out how to make the background change colour on the selected radio option. I tried playing around with conditional but I think everything I’ve done is wrong which is why it’s not working.

Any help is appreciated.

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If you only want one to be selected, why is the custom state a list?

Maybe I am misunderstanding this, but this will make it so only 1 preference can be selected at a time

Add a condition to say “current cells preference is in choose_preferences selected preference” (and if you change it to a single item) “current cells preference is choose_preferences selected preference”

Then if this condition is true, change the background color and anything else you need to change

This post from a while ago may help

Why does the user have a list rather than just one preference? Because if it is a list, that means the selection of preferences should be checkboxes rather than radio buttons because multiple can be selected.

If you select only 1 preference per user, it would be straight forward. See the demo below:
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You don’t need anything special for this. Just change the preference to single preference instead of a list. The icon in repeating group will be conditionally change based on the current cell’s preference is current user’s preference or not.
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And when the button is clicked, it will just replace current user’s preference:
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If you still want a list, probably, you should switch from radio buttons to checkboxes. But it still can be done in a similar logic.

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Gently reminder that this kind of implementation in bubble lacks any form of accessibility :confused: . We really need at least the ability to add attributes to elements.

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