Components are packages of template, style, behaviour and documentation that live in your application.
A component must:
Components in this application
Form fields to filter a finder by a date range
A scrollable list of checkboxes to be displayed on a form where one might otherwise use a multi-select
Components in the gem
A link used to help users get back, useful when not using other navigation such as breadcrumbs
An ordered list of links to documents including document type and when updated.
Invites user feedback on the current page.
Form error summary
Used at the top of the page, to summarise validation errors.
The fieldset element is used to group several controls within a web form. The legend element represents a caption for the content of its parent fieldset.
A form input field and an associated label.
Use labels for all form fields.
A wrapper to contain header content in white text
A radio button is a GOV.UK element that allows users to answer a question by selecting an option. If you have a question with more than one option you should stack radio buttons.
Component showing related content, including topics, guidance, collections and policies (where applicable)
Step by step navigation
A series of expanding/collapsing steps designed to navigate a user through a process
Step by step navigation header
Shows that a content page is part of a step by step navigation
Step by step navigation related links
Links to step by step navigations that a page is part of