Woah, woah, wait…
(1) Why are we being asked to use so many ids?
This is not current best practice.
I used classes in BEM style – which is in-line with one of the current best practices out there.
(Full disclaimer: I used one single id for one specific Flexbox thing with display: inline-flex.)
(2) Instructions say to NOT look at code of working example.
Where was I supposed to know before building the page, that a heap-load of ids was the expectation??
(3) Instructions say to fulfill the user stories by getting all of the tests to pass.
Where are the user stories posted?
(4) Do I miss a rubric?
I saw the checklist that @camper included in this thread, but that doesn’t identity the specific
id overload issue.
(5) The beta “Build A Tribute” instructions leave out a lot of important detail.
beta Build a Tribute page
I ran the HTML validator and CSS validator; my code passes.
So I’m partially blowing-off steam, but I’m also bewildered by the absence of concise instructions / rubric / user stories provided to help a camper-coder get pointed in the correct direction. I’m also stunned that best practice is not being upheld and promoted. I recommend FCC all the time, but this took me by complete surprise. Did I miss something in the lead-up to the project page? ????
Was anyone else bewildered or stunned when they ran the tests?
Thanks for hearing me out,