Now, Nick Dugger starts off by creating his HTML and CSS files (or however you prefer handling your styles) and get to work. For the purpose of getting you on your way, he will only demonstrate this technique on a checkbox, but the process for radio buttons is identical. He starts by creating his checkbox input, followed by a label. Now, just in case you don’t know much about the <label> element, you must connect the input and the label in order for you to interact with the input through the label. This is done by using, for="" and the input’s ID.