I read your post rather quickly and you said “it doesnt make a form for me”. I was responding to that. Didn’t realize until rereading it now that you meant the user story was failing. And that was because of the duplicate
id attribute that I told you about and you’ve since corrected.
EDIT: Do a search for something like html form elements. You’ll need to do this when creating the survey form because there’s one user story requiring an element that wasn’t taught in FCC’s curriculum.
HTML tags vs elements vs attributes
Tags are used to mark up the start and end of an HTML element. The following are paragraph tags.
An element in HTML represents some kind of structure or semantics and generally consists of a start tag, content, and an end tag. The following is a paragraph element:
<p>This is the content of the paragraph element.</p>
An attribute defines a property for an element, consists of an attribute/value pair, and appears within the element’s start tag. An element’s start tag may contain any number of space separated attribute/value pairs.
The most popular misuse of the term “tag” is referring to
alt attributes as “alt tags”. There is no such thing in HTML. Alt is an attribute, not a tag.
<img src="foobar.gif" alt="A foo can be balanced on a bar by placing its fubar on the bar's foobar.">