I am running into an error in my Survey Form project and I’m hoping that one of you will be so kind as to help me understand what I’m missing. Feedback of any variety is most welcome but I’m particularly interested in what I’m doing wrong with my checkboxes.
regarding your checkboxes - I’m guessing you are concerned that they do not align horizontally with other form content? Well, you placed your checkboxes inside an ul element. The <ul> element has browser inherent padding and margin by default. Set your ul's padding and margin to 0.
Thank you very much for this insight. This was my most recent attempt at getting around an error that I receive when I test the page and I had overlooked the fix to that additional issue created by my attempted fix!
The error that I’m running into is this: 14. Inside the form element, I can select several fields from a series of checkboxes, each of which must have a value attribute.
The first line of the report states:All your checkboxes must have a value attribute : expected 4 to equal 3
OK by parsing your code located in the following errors:
The classes rightColumn (1) checkbox (4) are used in the HTML but not found in any stylesheet.
The 'cols' attribute is required for <textarea> elements.
The 'rows' attribute is required for <textarea> elements.
'minlength' is not a valid attribute of the <textarea> element.
The id 'amberQuestion' appears more than once in the document.