I would really appreciate some feedback!
This is cute!
But I’m a cat person. So I was surprised to find a required 3 dogs.
It looks good though.
I based it on the fact that we have, at the moment, 3 wonderful dogs. (We really wanted a cat, too, but the apartment is too small for that, so maybe in future!)
I understand, though two cats are plenty for us (As one stands here demanding treats).
Anyway it was unexpected to have to enter 3. Perhaps just make sure it is at least 1 (greater than 0) and you’ll pass the test.
Oh, it already passed the test + I have another min-max (0-100) range for the previous question.
This one is intentional.
Oh, okay. Great.
Really well thought and well executed.
more power to you.
Looks good. Small note - your bottom links become almost unreadable in their hover state. Maybe try and find a suitable alternative color for the a:hover attribute? Always a good idea to have accessibility in the back of your mind when laying out and colouring sites.
Very much like the page, and the use of semantic tags is very well handled.
Love the subtle effect of mousing over each fieldset, very nice and intuitive. One thing (and this is not a “good” or “bad”, simply seeing different takes on the same thing), When I think document header, I think h1’s, or logo, or that stuff. Stuff that remains pretty constant across pages.
Personally, I might move the div you have in the header (the one containing the form description), and move it into a
section tag at the beginning of the
main. Structurally, it makes sense – the
header is kept consistent across the site, and the information specific to this page of the site is contained within the
Again, not a right or wrong. I think the page is beautifully crafted, and my comment is purely a matter of personal taste.
@Saleem07 Thank you!
@Ascii Thank you for noticing & pointing it out! I completely forgot to change that colour when I changed the background colour. That doesn’t only fail the contrast minimum, I can barely read it myself and my vision is good. Thanks again!
@snowmonkey Thank you for the encouragement I’m glad you consider this an improvement from the last time! Re: header, I do see your point, I’ll keep it in mind when coming up with a page structure next time! Oh, and thank you for appreciating the hover effect, I wasn’t sure if I could make it helpful without being “flashy” or distracting.