In Summer 2019 we will be moving Capital Framework's code to the design-system repository. Until that migration occurs, please continue to use these docs.

cf-forms

The cf-forms component provides extensions to the basic form styles for Capital Framework.

cf-core, cf-buttons, and cf-icons components are all dependencies of this component.

NOTE: If you use cf-forms.less directly, be sure to run the file through Autoprefixer, or your compiled Capital Framework CSS will not work perfectly in older browsers.

Table of contents

Variables

Component variables are used to theme a component. They likely will be left as is, but if needed can be overwritten by duplicating the variable in a @key: value format with a different value. This customized variable would be placed in the same file where this component’s less file is imported.

Color variables

Color variables referenced in comments are from cf-core cf-brand-colors.less.

// .a-text-input borders
@input-border:                            @gray-60;
@input-border__hover:                     @pacific;
@input-border__focused:                   @pacific;
@input-border__active:                    @pacific;
@input-border__error:                     @red;
@input-border__warning:                   @gold;
@input-border__success:                   @green;
@input-border__selected:                  @pacific;

// .a-text-input backgrounds
@input-bg:                                @white;
@input-bg__selected:                      @pacific;
@input-bg__disabled:                      @gray-10;
@input-bg__disabled-selected:             @gray-40;

// .a-text-input text
@input-text:                              @black;
@input-text__disabled:                    @gray;
@input-text__placeholder:                 @gray;

// .a-text-input icons
@input-icon__error:                       @red;

// .a-select
@select-border:                           @input-border;
@select-icon-bg:                          @gray-10;
@select-text__disabled:                   @input-text__disabled;

// .m-form-field
@form-field-input-border:                 @input-border;
@form-field-input-border__focused:        @input-border;
@form-field-input-border__disabled:       @gray-60;

// .m-form-field__lg-target
@form-field-input-lg-target-bg:           @gray-10;
@form-field-input-lg-target-bg__selected: @pacific-20;
@form-field-input-lg-target-bg__disabled: @gray-20;
@form-field-input-lg-target-border:       @pacific;

// .a-label_helper
@label-helper:                            @gray;

Sizing variables

// .a-select
@select-height: 30px;

Legends

A basic legend
<legend class="a-legend">
    A basic legend
</legend>

Labels

Basic label

<label class="a-label">
    A basic label
</label>

Label heading

<label class="a-label a-label__heading">
    A label heading
</label>

Label helper text

Inline helper text

Appears with label headings. Used for designating an input as optional for user input.

<label class="a-label a-label__heading">
    A label heading <small class="a-label_helper">(optional)</small>
</label>

Block helper text

Appears with labels and label headings.

<label class="a-label a-label__heading">
    A label heading
    <small class="a-label_helper a-label_helper__block">Helper text</small>
</label>

Text inputs

Inputs should always be paired with a label for accessibility reasons.

Basic text inputs

The default section below demonstrates how a text input would normally appear in code.

Default state

<label class="a-label a-label__heading" for="textinput-example-default">
    A text input
</label>
<input class="a-text-input"
       type="text"
       id="textinput-example-default"
       placeholder="Enter text…"
       value="Lorem ipsum">

<label class="a-label a-label__heading" for="textarea-example-default">
    A textarea input
</label>
<textarea class="a-text-input"
          id="textarea-example-default"
          placeholder="Enter text…">Lorem Ipsum</textarea>

The following sections demonstrate how a particular state of a text input could be forced to be shown. Generally this is only useful for documentation purposes.

Hover state

<label class="a-label a-label__heading" for="textinput-example-hover">
    A text input
</label>
<input class="a-text-input hover"
       type="text"
       id="textinput-example-hover"
       placeholder="Enter text…"
       value="Lorem ipsum">

<label class="a-label a-label__heading" for="textarea-example-hover">
    A textarea input
</label>
<textarea class="a-text-input hover"
          id="textarea-example-hover"
          placeholder="Enter text…">Lorem Ipsum</textarea>

Focus state

<label class="a-label a-label__heading" for="textinput-example-focus">
    A text input
</label>
<input class="a-text-input focus"
       type="text"
       id="textinput-example-focus"
       placeholder="Enter text…"
       value="Lorem ipsum">

<label class="a-label a-label__heading" for="textarea-example-focus">
    A textarea input
</label>
<textarea class="a-text-input focus"
          id="textarea-example-focus"
          placeholder="Enter text…">Lorem Ipsum</textarea>

Disabled state

<label class="a-label a-label__heading" for="textinput-example-disabled">
    A text input
</label>
<input class="a-text-input"
       type="text"
       id="textinput-example-disabled"
       placeholder="Enter text…"
       value="Lorem ipsum"
       disabled>

<label class="a-label a-label__heading" for="textarea-example-disabled">
    A textarea input
</label>
<textarea class="a-text-input"
          id="textarea-example-disabled"
          placeholder="Enter text…"
          disabled>Lorem Ipsum</textarea>

Full-width modifier

<div class="m-form-field">
    <label class="a-label a-label__heading" for="full-textinput-example">
        A full-width text input
    </label>
    <input class="a-text-input a-text-input__full"
           type="text"
           id="full-textinput-example"
           value="Lorem ipsum">
</div>
<div class="m-form-field">
    <label class="a-label a-label__heading" for="full-textarea-example">
        A full-width textarea input
    </label>
    <textarea class="a-text-input a-text-input__full"
              id="full-textarea-example">Lorem Ipsum</textarea>
</div>

Buttons and inputs

Simple input with a button

These are used for simple forms where a full filter isn’t necessary.

<div class="o-form__input-w-btn">
    <div class="o-form__input-w-btn_input-container">
        <label for="button-input-test"
               class="u-visually-hidden">
            Test input
        </label>
        <input id="button-input-test"
               class="a-text-input"
               type="text">
    </div>
    <div class="o-form__input-w-btn_btn-container">
        <button class="a-btn">Search</button>
    </div>
</div>

Button inside an input

These offer the user an action to take related to the input, typically to clear the input.

<div class="m-btn-inside-input">
    <label for="button-inside-test-demo"
           class="u-visually-hidden">
        Test input
    </label>
    <input type="text"
        value="This is some really long text to make sure that the button doesn't overlap the content in such a way that this input becomes unusable."
        id="button-inside-test-demo"
        class="a-text-input">
    <button class="a-btn a-btn__link">
        {% include icons/error.svg %}
        <span class="u-visually-hidden">Clear</span>
    </button>
</div>

Button inside an input with another button

This example combines both of the previous patterns, creating a typical site search form.

<div class="o-form__input-w-btn">
    <div class="o-form__input-w-btn_input-container">
        <div class="m-btn-inside-input">
            <label for="button-inside-input-test"
                   class="u-visually-hidden">
                Test input
            </label>
            <input type="text"
                value="This is some really long text to make sure that the button doesn't overlap the content in such a way that this input becomes unusable."
                id="button-inside-input-test"
                class="a-text-input">
            <button class="a-btn a-btn__link">
                {% include icons/error.svg %}
                <span class="u-visually-hidden">Clear</span>
            </button>
        </div>
    </div>
    <div class="o-form__input-w-btn_btn-container">
        <button class="a-btn">Search</button>
    </div>
</div>

Checkboxes and radio inputs

Basic checkboxes

The default section below demonstrates how a checkbox would normally appear in code.

Default state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox">
    <input class="a-checkbox" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox">
    <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox">Label</label>
</div>

The following sections demonstrate how a particular state of a checkbox could be forced to be shown. Generally this is only useful for documentation purposes.

Hover state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox">
    <input class="a-checkbox hover" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_basic_hover">
    <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_basic_hover">Label</label>
</div>

Focus state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox">
    <input class="a-checkbox focus" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_basic_focus">
    <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_basic_focus">Label</label>
</div>

Selected state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox">
    <input class="a-checkbox" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_basic_checked" checked>
    <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_basic_checked">Label</label>
</div>

Disabled state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox">
    <input class="a-checkbox" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_basic_disabled" disabled>
    <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_basic_disabled">Label</label>
</div>

Disabled/selected state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox">
    <input class="a-checkbox" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_basic_disabled" disabled checked>
    <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_basic_disabled">Label</label>
</div>

Basic radio buttons

The default section below demonstrates how a radio button would normally appear in code.

Default state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio">
    <input class="a-radio" type="radio" id="test_radio_basic_default">
    <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_basic_default">Label</label>
</div>

The following sections demonstrate how a particular state of a radio button could be forced to be shown. Generally this is only useful for documentation purposes.

Hover state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio">
    <input class="a-radio hover" type="radio" id="test_radio_basic_hover">
    <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_basic_hover">Label</label>
</div>

Focus state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio">
    <input class="a-radio focus" type="radio" id="test_radio_basic_focus">
    <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_basic_focus">Label</label>
</div>

Selected state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio">
    <input class="a-radio" type="radio" id="test_radio_basic_checked" checked>
    <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_basic_checked">Label</label>
</div>

Disabled state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio">
    <input class="a-radio" type="radio" id="test_radio_basic_disabled" disabled>
    <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_basic_disabled">Label</label>
</div>

Disabled/selected state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio">
    <input class="a-radio"
           type="radio"
           id="test_radio_basic_disabled"
           disabled
           checked>
    <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_basic_disabled">Label</label>
</div>

Large target area checkboxes

The default section below demonstrates how a checkbox would normally appear in code.

Default state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox m-form-field__lg-target">
    <input class="a-checkbox" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_lg_default">
    <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_lg_default">Label</label>
</div>

The following sections demonstrate how a particular state of a checkbox could be forced to be shown. Generally this is only useful for documentation purposes.

Hover state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox m-form-field__lg-target">
    <input class="a-checkbox hover" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_lg_hover">
    <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_lg_hover">Label</label>
</div>

Focus state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox m-form-field__lg-target">
    <input class="a-checkbox focus" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_lg_focus">
    <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_lg_focus">Label</label>
</div>

Selected state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox m-form-field__lg-target">
    <input class="a-checkbox" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_lg_checked" checked>
    <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_lg_checked">Label</label>
</div>

Disabled state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox m-form-field__lg-target">
    <input class="a-checkbox" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_lg_disabled" disabled>
    <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_lg_disabled">Label</label>
</div>

Disabled/selected state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox m-form-field__lg-target">
    <input class="a-checkbox"
           type="checkbox"
           id="test_checkbox_lg_disabled"
           disabled
           checked>
    <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_lg_disabled">Label</label>
</div>

Large target area radio buttons

The default section below demonstrates how a radio button would normally appear in code.

Default state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio m-form-field__lg-target">
    <input class="a-radio" type="radio" id="test_radio_lg_default">
    <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_lg_default">Label</label>
</div>

The following sections demonstrate how a particular state of a radio button could be forced to be shown. Generally this is only useful for documentation purposes.

Hover state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio m-form-field__lg-target">
    <input class="a-radio hover" type="radio" id="test_radio_lg_hover">
    <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_lg_hover">Label</label>
</div>

Focus state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio m-form-field__lg-target">
    <input class="a-radio focus" type="radio" id="test_radio_lg_focus">
    <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_lg_focus">Label</label>
</div>

Selected state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio m-form-field__lg-target">
    <input class="a-radio" type="radio" id="test_radio_lg_checked" checked>
    <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_lg_checked">Label</label>
</div>

Disabled state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio m-form-field__lg-target">
    <input class="a-radio" type="radio" id="test_radio_lg_disabled" disabled>
    <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_lg_disabled">Label</label>
</div>

Disabled/selected state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio m-form-field__lg-target">
    <input class="a-radio"
           type="radio"
           id="test_radio_lg_disabled"
           disabled
           checked>
    <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_lg_disabled">Label</label>
</div>

Inputs helper text

Checkboxes and radio button inputs can have labels that span multiple lines and have helper text that appears below the main label text.

Basic checkbox/radio button helper text

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox">
    <input class="a-checkbox" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_helper">
    <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_helper">
        This is a very long label that wraps to a second line.
        Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.
        <small class="a-label_helper">
            (This is helper text)
        </small>
    </label>
</div>

Large target checkbox/radio button helper text

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox m-form-field__lg-target">
    <input class="a-checkbox" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_lg_helper">
    <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_lg_helper">
        This is a very long label that wraps to a second line.
        Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.
        <small class="a-label_helper">
            (This is helper text)
        </small>
    </label>
</div>

Select dropdown

The default section below demonstrates how a dropdown would normally appear in code.

Default state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__select">
    <label class="a-label a-label__heading" for="test_select_default">
        Label
    </label>
    <div class="a-select">
        <select id="test_select_default">
            <option value="option1">Option 1</option>
            <option value="option2">Option 2</option>
            <option value="option3">Option 3</option>
            <option value="option4">Option 4</option>
        </select>
    </div>
</div>

The following sections demonstrate how a particular state of a dropdown could be forced to be shown. Generally this is only useful for documentation purposes.

Hover state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__select">
    <label class="a-label a-label__heading" for="test_select__hover">
        Label
    </label>
    <div class="a-select">
        <select id="test_select__hover" class="hover">
            <option value="option1">Option 1</option>
            <option value="option2">Option 2</option>
            <option value="option3">Option 3</option>
            <option value="option4">Option 4</option>
        </select>
    </div>
</div>

Focus state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__select">
    <label class="a-label a-label__heading" for="test_select__focus">
        Label
    </label>
    <div class="a-select">
        <select id="test_select__focus" class="focus">
            <option value="option1">Option 1</option>
            <option value="option2">Option 2</option>
            <option value="option3">Option 3</option>
            <option value="option4">Option 4</option>
        </select>
    </div>
</div>

Disabled state

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__select">
    <label class="a-label a-label__heading" for="test_select__disabled">Label</label>
    <div class="a-select a-select__disabled">
        <select id="test_select__disabled" disabled>
            <option value="option1">Option 1</option>
            <option value="option2">Option 2</option>
            <option value="option3">Option 3</option>
            <option value="option4">Option 4</option>
        </select>
    </div>
</div>

Basic multiselect

<div class="m-form-field m-form-field__select">
    <label class="a-label a-label__heading" for="test_select__multiple">
        Label
    </label>
    <select class="a-multiselect" id="test_select__multiple" multiple>
        <option value="option1">Option 1</option>
        <option value="option2">Option 2</option>
        <option value="option3">Option 3</option>
        <option value="option4">Option 4</option>
        <option value="option1">Option 5</option>
        <option value="option2">Option 6</option>
        <option value="option3">Option 7</option>
        <option value="option4">Option 8</option>
    </select>
</div>

Form alerts

Form alerts provide a light-touch alternative to notifications for inline form validation or feedback to a user’s input.

<div class="o-form_group">
    <div class="m-form-field">
        <label class="a-label__heading"
               for="field-validation__default">
            Label
        </label>
        <input class="a-text-input"
               type="text"
               value="Standard input"
               id="field-validation__default"
               aria-describedby="field-validation__default-message">
        <div id="field-validation__default-message"
             class="a-form-alert"
             role="alert">
            <svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" viewBox="0 0 1000 1200" class="cf-icon-svg"><path d="M500 105.2c-276.1 0-500 223.9-500 500s223.9 500 500 500 500-223.9 500-500-223.9-500-500-500zm50.3 770.7c0 27.6-22.4 50-50 50s-50-22.4-50-50V547.3c0-27.6 22.4-50 50-50s50 22.4 50 50v328.6zm-50-439.1c-39.6 0-71.7-32.1-71.7-71.7s32.1-71.7 71.7-71.7 71.7 32.1 71.7 71.7-32.1 71.7-71.7 71.7z"/></svg>
            <span class="a-form-alert_text">
                This is an inline alert with a default state.
            </span>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
<div class="o-form_group">
    <div class="m-form-field m-form-field__success">
        <label class="a-label__heading"
               for="field-validation__success">
            Label
        </label>
        <input class="a-text-input a-text-input__success"
               type="text"
               value="Valid input"
               id="field-validation__success"
               aria-describedby="field-validation__success-message">
        <div id="field-validation__success-message"
             class="a-form-alert a-form-alert__success"
             role="alert">
            <svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" viewBox="0 0 1000 1200" class="cf-icon-svg"><path d="M500 105.2c-276.1 0-500 223.9-500 500s223.9 500 500 500 500-223.9 500-500-223.9-500-500-500zm259 284.2L481.4 870.3c-8.2 14.1-22.7 23.4-39 24.8-1.4.1-2.9.2-4.3.2-14.8 0-28.9-6.6-38.4-18L244.4 690.9c-17.9-21-15.4-52.6 5.7-70.5 21-17.9 52.6-15.4 70.5 5.7.2.3.5.5.7.8l109.4 131.4 241.8-418.8c13.6-24 44.2-32.4 68.2-18.8 24 13.6 32.4 44.2 18.8 68.2l-.5.5z"/></svg>
            <span class="a-form-alert_text">
                This is an inline alert with a success state.
            </span>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
<div class="o-form_group">
    <div class="m-form-field m-form-field__error">
        <label class="a-label__heading"
               for="field-validation__error">
            Label
        </label>
        <input class="a-text-input a-text-input__error"
               type="text"
               value="Invalid input"
               id="field-validation__error"
               aria-describedby="field-validation__error-message">
        <div id="field-validation__error-message"
             class="a-form-alert a-form-alert__error"
             role="alert">
            <svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" viewBox="0 0 1000 1200" class="cf-icon-svg"><path d="M500 105.2c-276.1 0-500 223.9-500 500s223.9 500 500 500 500-223.9 500-500-223.9-500-500-500zm261.8 692.2c19.4 19.6 19.3 51.3-.3 70.7-19.5 19.3-50.9 19.3-70.4 0L499.6 676.6 308 868.1c-19.6 19.4-51.3 19.3-70.7-.3-19.3-19.5-19.3-50.9 0-70.4l191.6-191.5-191.6-191.6c-19.3-19.8-18.9-51.4.9-70.7 19.4-18.9 50.4-18.9 69.8 0l191.6 191.5 191.5-191.5c19.6-19.4 51.3-19.3 70.7.3 19.3 19.5 19.3 50.9 0 70.4L570.3 605.9l191.5 191.5z"/></svg>
            <span class="a-form-alert_text">
                This is an inline alert with an error state.
            </span>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>
<div class="o-form_group">
    <div class="m-form-field m-form-field__warning">
        <label class="a-label__heading"
               for="field-validation__warning">
            Label
        </label>
        <input class="a-text-input a-text-input__warning"
               type="text"
               value="Semi-valid input"
               id="field-validation__warning"
               aria-describedby="field-validation__warning-message">
        <div id="field-validation__warning-message"
             class="a-form-alert a-form-alert__warning"
             role="alert">
            <svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" viewBox="0 0 1000 1200" class="cf-icon-svg"><path d="M500 105.2c-276.1 0-500 223.9-500 500s223.9 500 500 500 500-223.9 500-500-223.9-500-500-500zm-49.7 234.6c0-27.6 22.4-50 50-50s50 22.4 50 50v328.6c0 27.6-22.4 50-50 50s-50-22.4-50-50V339.8zm50 582.5c-39.6 0-71.7-32.1-71.7-71.7s32.1-71.7 71.7-71.7S572 811 572 850.6s-32.1 71.7-71.7 71.7z"/></svg>
            <span class="a-form-alert_text">
                This is an inline alert with a warning state.
            </span>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>

Fieldsets

<form class="o-form">
    <div class="o-form_group">
        <fieldset class="o-form_fieldset">
            <div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox">
                <input class="a-checkbox" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_1" name="test_checkbox">
                <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_1">Label</label>
            </div>
            <div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox">
                <input class="a-checkbox" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_2" name="test_checkbox">
                <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_2">Label</label>
            </div>
        </fieldset>
    </div>
    <div class="o-form_group">
        <fieldset class="o-form_fieldset">
            <div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio">
                <input class="a-radio" type="radio" id="test_radio_1" name="test_radio">
                <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_1">Label</label>
            </div>
            <div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio">
                <input class="a-radio" type="radio" id="test_radio_2" name="test_radio">
                <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_2">Label</label>
            </div>
        </fieldset>
    </div>
    <div class="o-form_group">
        <fieldset class="o-form_fieldset">
            <div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox m-form-field__lg-target">
                <input class="a-checkbox" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_lg_default_1">
                <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_lg_default_1">Label</label>
            </div>
            <div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox m-form-field__lg-target">
                <input class="a-checkbox" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_lg_default_2">
                <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_lg_default_2">Label</label>
            </div>
            <div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox m-form-field__lg-target">
                <input class="a-checkbox" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_lg_default_3">
                <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_lg_default_3">Label</label>
            </div>
            <div class="m-form-field m-form-field__checkbox m-form-field__lg-target">
                <input class="a-checkbox" type="checkbox" id="test_checkbox_lg_default_4">
                <label class="a-label" for="test_checkbox_lg_default_4">Label</label>
            </div>
        </fieldset>
    </div>
    <div class="o-form_group">
        <fieldset class="o-form_fieldset">
            <div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio m-form-field__lg-target">
                <input class="a-radio" type="radio" id="test_radio_lg_default_1" name="radio-fieldset">
                <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_lg_default_1">Label</label>
            </div>
            <div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio m-form-field__lg-target">
                <input class="a-radio" type="radio" id="test_radio_lg_default_2" name="radio-fieldset">
                <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_lg_default_2">Label</label>
            </div>
            <div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio m-form-field__lg-target">
                <input class="a-radio" type="radio" id="test_radio_lg_default_3" name="radio-fieldset">
                <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_lg_default_3">Label</label>
            </div>
            <div class="m-form-field m-form-field__radio m-form-field__lg-target">
                <input class="a-radio" type="radio" id="test_radio_lg_default_4" name="radio-fieldset">
                <label class="a-label" for="test_radio_lg_default_4">Label</label>
            </div>
        </fieldset>
    </div>
</form>