Hi all, just completed the first project for this certification.
I am however, not satisfied with how the text of the checkboxes and radio buttons is aligned in the form.
ideally I would like the text of each check box to be next to the checkbox (not below it).
The same goes for the radio buttons.
Any ideas on how I may go about fixing this?
Here is the link to my code:
and here is what the form looks like currently:
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Challenge: Step 4
Link to the challenge:
As far as I see it, width of all your inputs is 100%.
Do you have any CSS selectors for radios and checkboxes to make them not to be alone on the line.
Is that your concern or I misunderstood?
I would like each radio and checkbox to be alone on its own line, but I would like the text associated with each radio and checkbox to be right next to the radio or the text-box.
So right now width of ALL your inputs is 100%.
How something will fit on the one line with the checkbox(even text!) if this checkbox is greedy and takes all the width?
You wanna take a look at property width, I would say at
Think how to give appropriate width for radios/checkboxes, what selectors do you need?
This theme is covered in that part of curriculum where you need to build Registration Form. I suppose you’ve done this?
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