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I would suggest you to use "Image Radio Buttons" Widget, which allows you to use images for Radio buttons
The Widget allows to to provide Image URL, specify image size , label and theme
Hope this helps.
Thank you, but "Image Radio Buttons" Widget, does not fully meet my needs.
The problem remains with Dropdown widjet.
I have cloned your form in order to test it on my side.
I have experienced that the images that you have embedded in the radio buttons have shown correctly in the form builder. However, the images have been broken and they look like HTML codes when publishing the form.
There is nothing wrong with that you have done with radio buttons. I can confirm that there is a bug.
I have forwarded this issue to our software development team in order to fix it. As soon as the issue will be fixed, you are going to be informed via this thread.
Thank you for reporting us.
Due to security concerns regarding cross-site scripting issues, HTML tags or any other script codes are not allowed in multiple areas on the form, and in your case on the radio button options.
As my colleague Ian advised, I also would suggest you to use widgets for this purpose.
Additionally, if our developers implement a white-list for some of the HTML tags, we will be informing you through this thread.
If there is anything we can help you with, please do let us know.