Project Feedback; Survey Form

Can I get any project feedback? I used some codes from the internet aswell so I hope that’s not wrong

I started coding 4 days ago from the zero.

Welcome to the forums @berkaykrl. Your form looks okay. Some things to revisit;

This looks like it was meant to be the product landing page, not the survey form so I’m basing feedback on that.

  • The test script, with all tests passing, should be included when you submit your projects.
    • Your page passes 14/16 user stories. Click the red button to see which test(s) are failing and text to help you correct the issue.
      Be sure and read more than just the first line of the failing message. The ability to read and comprehend error messages is a skill you’ll need to acquire as a developer. Ask questions on what you don’t understand.
  • Run your HTML code through the W3C validator.
    • There are HTML syntax/coding errors you should be aware of and address.
      Since copy/paste from codepen you can ignore the first warning and first two errors.
  • Codepen provides validators for HTML, CSS and JS. Click on the chevron in the upper right of each section and then click on the respective ‘Analyze’ link.
    • The one for CSS is good. Use it and address the issue(s). (after correcting errors you may have to run it again)
      (The one for HTML misses things which is why I recommend W3C)
  • Make the project from scratch, with your own code, style and content. Don’t take code from the sample project.
    The projects are not just another challenge. Each one is meant to be a significant step in your progress. Every project you do will require research, planning, trial and error, and strengthening your skills beyond what you gained from the incremental challenges.
    The hardest part of coding is looking at a problem and coming up with a plan to solve that problem. Starting out by looking at someone else’s code completely bypasses that step.
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Thank you very much for replying, I think I’ll do all the projects from the scratch as you said :slight_smile:
The only problem for me is that I have to look at examples of coding like how to put from w3chools or freecodecamp itself. Will that be a problem? And the first thing I’m usually nervous about is that the design is bad even though it passes the lines. Also again, thanks for helping me!

As a developer you will spend most of your time searching, there is simply too much to remember. It’s perfectly okay and recommended that you use documentation to see syntax.

People learn at different speeds. When going through the lessons it’s helpful to try changes to see what happens to the output rather than just trying to get the correct answer and then moving on.
Playing with the code helps to cement what you’re learning.

HTML and CSS are the easiest to learn/grasp because they are markup languages.
When you start getting into JavaScript things will more difficult.

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