<div> <label for="location"> <input id="location" value="location" type="radio" name="location-studio">Location</label> <label for="studio"> <input id="studio" value="studio" type="radio" name="location-studio">Studio</label> </div>
Hello @thegirlyoucallryan, welcome to FCC. Do you mind posting your entire code so we can see what error message you’re getting?
Ahh, okay. I see the issue. You’re missing values for your radio buttons at the bottom (recommendations).
at the bottom? ive been changing it around, i havent figured it out yet.
You need to add values for your radio buttons in the recommend section. Like this…
<label for="recommend"><input id="recommend" type ="radio" name ="recommend" value="XXXXX"checked>Highly likely</label>
omg! I was only changing one set!
Thank you so much!
Hi @thegirlyoucallryan , I see that you have solved the problem, good job!
Although the error is already resolved, I want to tell you how the test itself was informing you about the error, so you can take advantage of that information next time.
The error message from test no. 13 indicated why you couldn’t pass it:
Your form had 5 radio-buttons, but only 2 of them had the value attribute.
Test error messages help us find where the problem is, they are very useful.
Cheers and happy coding!