Unfortunate headlines appear all the time. This one seems especially bad, considering the error itself as well as the source. It’s from the pdf of The New York Times Digest that came out this morning.
I was trying to do a radio-button select form for an evaluation, the kind where there’s a question and then a series of buttons for “agree,” “somewhat agree” and “disagree.”
The default Bootstrap code made it a mess, so here are a few styles you can add to neaten it up.
Besides the HR office inspirational-poster style of many Facebook posts, the number two irritant is the Upworthy-style schtick of the teaser headline. Everyone loves a good cliffhanger. The future of whole seasons’ worth of TV series revolve around getting you to wonder about whether it was the Borg that killed JR. But this one is […]