Mikke.Learns

Coding log 05.16.19

May 15th, 2019

The next responsive web design project in freeCodeCamp is building a survey form. I’ll get to practice input fields, validation, min and max attributes, labels and placeholders, to name a few.

I will fulfill the user stories below, but I will also make my own personal style. I guess the best way to go about it is to start with user story 1, and then continue down the list.

When everything is fulfilled, I can style it and add elements to make my own twist on it.

  • User Story #1: I can see a title with id=“title” in H1 sized text.

  • User Story #2: I can see a short explanation with id=“description” in P sized text.

  • User Story #3: I can see a form with id=“survey-form”.

  • User Story #4: Inside the form element, I am required to enter my name in a field with id=“name”.

  • User Story #5: Inside the form element, I am required to enter an email in a field with id=“email”.

  • User Story #6: If I enter an email that is not formatted correctly, I will see an HTML5 validation error.

  • User Story #7: Inside the form, I can enter a number in a field with id=“number”.

  • User Story #8: If I enter non-numbers in the number input, I will see an HTML5 validation error.

  • User Story #9: If I enter numbers outside the range of the number input, which are defined by the min and max attributes, I will see an HTML5 validation error.

  • User Story #10: For the name, email, and number input fields inside the form I can see corresponding labels that describe the purpose of each field with the following ids: id=“name-label”, id=“email-label”, and id=“number-label”.

  • User Story #11: For the name, email, and number input fields, I can see placeholder text that gives me a description or instructions for each field

  • User Story #12: Inside the form element, I can select an option from a dropdown that has a corresponding id=“dropdown”.

  • User Story #13: Inside the form element, I can select a field from one or more groups of radio buttons. Each group should be grouped using the name attribute.

  • User Story #14: Inside the form element, I can select several fields from a series of checkboxes, each of which must have a value attribute.

  • User Story #15: Inside the form element, I am presented with a text area at the end for additional comments.

  • User Story #16: Inside the form element, I am presented with a button with id=“submit” to submit all my inputs.