Thanks. What I ended up doing was taking a look at the HTML generated for a normal required checkbox field without the hyperlink. I then used that as a guide to create an HTML field complete with the same div wrapper, css classes, label and an input checkbox field with the same checkbox validator class. Also, it was important that my label and input checkbox had an ID or it would not work correctly.
May I suggest that you document the HTML field in greater detail? For example, I had to fiddle with it a lot before I found out that I should not be using quotes anywhere in my HTML markup as your plugin seems to be inserting the quotes automatically.
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