(Pen link to Survey page below)
I made a long intro post when I joined. Short version, I am older and trying to learn to code. I finished the Tribute page and did not understand why I was doing a lot of what I was doing, and did not get why I was having to use id="!!!" (among a lot of other things) and so on. I was irritated that I could not remember all of the information had been studying and reading the last few weeks. (Which I know is impossible to do anyway).
But through the Survey page, it began to make some sense to me. I now understand a lot of the attributes a lot better and I see that it is doing again and again which will make the whole thing make more and more sense after enough repetition.
I am starting to ask myself “But how can I make it look like ???” Which I think is good. I tried to make my survey page look similar to the example in the challenge. I looked at the pic and wanted to answer questions like “How can I round the corners and style all the fields in the form?” (got that one) or “How can I style the BG image more like I want?” (Didn’t get that one the way I wanted, but I got some good advice and realized that that is more of a bridge too far right now, but on the list). But I am trying to sort of copy a look and then I need to ask myself “How can I make mine look like that?” and that is my present strategy. I do NOT just want to pass the requirements. I want to learn and solve all of those “how do I do that’s?” (Hmmm, not sure how to write the plural of “how do I do that”…??
I need to organize my code. I am not sure how to but I will do some research. My next project should include more than just what is required, and #1 priority (other than the regular requirements) will be to organize my code to a more comprehensible read. In this pen it is pretty sloppy…
Anyway, project 2 done and I thank everyone in advance for any feedback.
I am using < br > 2-3-4 times in a row in this pen. Is this standard or when I need a little more space should I use padding/invisible border instead or can this be answered as a one size fits all?