I'm thinking that creating a radio button without its associated label can be done:
<input type="radio" name="price" value="Very Not Agree" />
<input type="radio" name="price" value="Not Agree" />
<input type="radio" name="price" value="Agree" />
<input type="radio" name="price" value="Very Agree" />
var radios = $("input[type='radio']");
But, instead of creating four checkboxradio buttons with "tests" as its label, it jquery throws an
"Uncaught Error: No label found for checkboxradio widget"
To fix this error, I would have to put an id field and a label tag for each of the radio buttons. (Which will be costly if I have hundreds of them!)
So I consider this as either a bug and a feature request!
I expect that by specifying an object with "label" property to the checkboxradio() method, the resulting checkboxradio button will display the specified label regardless of the absence/or presence of label tag (<label>).
It would be nice if the default radio button label come from the radio button's value, if there is no associated label.