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Checkbox Group

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The checkbox group allows you to quickly group related checkboxes or radio buttons together in your forms. This is not a replacement for the form-group component, and should be used inside of the form-group component in your forms.

The most basic usage is like this:

<x-checkbox-group>
    checkbox 1
    checkbox 2
</x-checkbox-group>

This will output:

<div class="space-y-4">
    checkbox 1
    checkbox 2
</div>

By default, the checkbox-group is designed to stack your checkboxes and radio inputs, but you can display them inline with each other, by setting the stacked attribute to false. This will display the checkboxes in rows of 3 columns.

<x-checkbox-group :stacked="false">
    checkbox 1
    checkbox 2
</x-checkbox-group>

This will output:

<div class="form-checkbox-group">
    checkbox 1
    checkbox 2
</div>

If you want a different amount of columns for your groups, you should override the .form-checkbox-group class in your stylesheets.

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