Survey form feedback

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Hello, mitjamedo.

I have move your post to a more suitable sub-forum.

Well done, on completing the project. Some suggestions:

  1. On a large screen, there is a lot of blank space. Filling up this with larger text, or more styling would be nice.
  2. The alignment of the different sections is not uniform. It would look nice, if all of the sections were justified with one another. Especially, the checkboxes.
  3. The textbox appears too small.
  4. For the sake of being petty :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: engagement & additional…check spelling.

Keep up the excellent work.

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Just a few things:

  • All inputs should have <label>s. Only some of them do right now.
  • The text above/below the box is too hard to read on that background.
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Hi @mitjamedo70, there are some things you should clean up on your form.

  • Don’t use the <br> element to force spacing. Use margin and/or padding in CSS.
    • as an aside, </br> is not a valid element.
  • When you tested your form you may have noticed that your required ‘years of playing tennis’ is not required. Check the spelling of the word required in your HTML.
  • All your styling should be external styling. I see at least one instance of in-line styling.
  • As mentioned, users should be able to click on the label as well as the checkbox to select. (You’ve done it with the radio buttons.
  • Change the cursor to a pointer when hovering over the submit button.
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Didt all. Thanks a lot for details.
All the best!

@mitjamedo70, nice job but you’ve made a little error here;
<div class="button" requires a closing >

Because it’s missing that > your form’s submit button does not work and you’re failing one of the required user stories.
Be sure you thoroughly check yourself after making changes.

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Great job on this form!

I would suggest that you fix the background image so that it doesn’t move when you scroll.

How do I do that?

add position:fixed; to the background image in the css editor.

It would be better if you made the textArea tag or the comment section a little bigger. It is really small now.

The submit button isn’t submitting. Are you sure you applied the attribute action = "..." to your <form> tag? Did you ensure that the submit button submits the form?

Overall, great job. Keep up the great work!

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Thanks a lot for comments. You are most helpfull!
I fixed SUBMIT button (> missing) and fixed position of background image by using background-attachment: fixed;.
Do I really need bigger textarea? I mean there is small button for adjusting comment box on right bottom side.
All the best!

Hey Roma!
Thanks for > on button. I fixed it!

All the best

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It looks good @mitjamedo70. One last thing, why not just style the button instead of the button class?
In your CSS change .button to button and see what I mean. Personally, I think it looks better.

Hi Sky020!
Thanks for moving my post to sub forum. I will try to do it myself next time.
Thanks for all the comment!

All the best!

Thanks a lot!

All the best!