Hey everyone! Completed my survey form, but my page is not responsive. Any help would be appreciated. Should i use - meta name=“viewport” content=“width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0”>- at the top of the html and thta would be it? or use media queries in css alone.
Just on the “red errors”, CodePen is complaining because the
input element has no closing tag (outside of React).
In terms of responsiveness: Use
% instead of
px when you are defining your elements’
Hope this helps
so are you saying I won’t be able to fix it if i’ve never used React?
I tried doing the 100% on media queries, but nothing.
</input> is not a valid HTML tag. The
input tag is self-closing. Go back and revisit the lesson on creating radio buttons/checkboxes for a quick refresher.
Btw, I usually tell people to run HTML code through the W3C validator. The validator provided by codepen misses a lot of errors.
- Since copy/paste from codepen you can ignore the first warning and first two errors.
- There are coding errors you need to address.
You didn’t ask but I’ll also mentions, don’t use
<br> to force spacing. Use margin and/or padding in CSS.
Ah shoot, you’re right. Input tags are self closing. My bad!
oh my, this is much appreciated. I added the link to my favorites to use from now on. I will make the necessary changes and will update you guys.
Hello, I was able to correct the errors, but still having a bit of difficulty with my project being responsive