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The Benefits of Using G702 and G703 Forms for Construction Projects
Construction projects are complex undertakings that involve a multitude of tasks and stakeholders. To ensure that all parties involved are on the same page, proper documentation is crucial. One such document that plays a critical role in the construction process is the G702 and G703 forms. In this article, we will discuss the benefits of using these forms for construction projects.
What are G702 and G703 Forms?
Before we dive into the benefits, let’s first understand what these forms are. The G702 form is a payment application form used by contractors to request payment for completed work. It includes details such as the amount due, retainage (if any), and a list of any change orders or extras.
On the other hand, the G703 form is an accompanying schedule of values that breaks down the total contract value into individual parts. This allows project managers to track progress and ensure that payments are made only for work that has been completed.
Streamlined Payment Process
One significant benefit of using G702 and G703 forms is their ability to streamline the payment process. By providing detailed information about completed work and progress, contractors can reduce delays in getting paid. Additionally, project managers can use this information to ensure they are paying only for work that has been completed satisfactorily.
Another advantage of using these forms is transparency. Both parties have access to detailed information about payments and progress, which reduces misunderstandings or disputes down the line. This transparency also helps build trust between contractors and project managers, leading to smoother collaborations in future projects.
Compliance with Industry Standards
Lastly, using G702 and G703 forms ensures compliance with industry standards. These forms have been developed by industry experts with years of experience in construction management, ensuring they reflect best practices in payment applications and tracking progress. By adhering to these standards, contractors can avoid unnecessary delays or penalties due to non-compliance.
In conclusion, using G702 and G703 forms can provide significant benefits for construction projects. They streamline the payment process, increase transparency, and ensure compliance with industry standards. As such, they are a valuable tool for contractors and project managers alike.
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sharonrosario commented Nov 19, 2022
nice thank you ....can you tell where can i find backend for such survey forms and like admin section those reponses will recieve
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In the instructions it states: for example,
- You should have a page title in an h1 element with an id of title
- You should have a short explanation in a p element with an id of description
Do I need to add an “id” to these lines of code?
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Up until this point I don’t think element “ID” has been discussed in the curriculum.
You should know that ID works similar to how CLASS does. Except ID is used to designate a unique element.
An ID can only be used by one ELEMENT.
This is a good breakdown of how those work:
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Survey form (freeCodeCamp Responsive Web Design project)
I would appreciate som feedback on my fictional survey form. I am doing the freeCodeCamp curriculum and a Survey Form is one of the Responsive Web Design Projects using only HTML/CSS.
I am especially interested in feedback regarding best practice, naming conventions and efficient code.
The code is also on GitHub .
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It looks ok to me. What you could improve is the order of your CSS statements. For example
Would look a little bit cleaner this way (alphabetical order):
There are a few different ways to order CSS statements. For example you could write out all statements that change the appearance first (background, color, font-size) and then all statements that change the box model (width, height, padding, margin).
- \$\begingroup\$ Thanks for the advice. I installed CSScomb in VS code now, an it seems to do just that \$\endgroup\$ – Øyvindsen Sep 13, 2019 at 9:26
There's really not much you can improve. My follow up question would be where and how did you decide on your breakpoints?
I suggest using a bit more standardized sizes; the ones I pasted below are directly from the Bootstrap 4 Template https://getbootstrap.com/docs/4.3/layout/overview/
You do not need all 4 sizes, but these are a bit more standard (even though there's a bajillion different sizes, these are most common)
And maybe some general clean up. For example right now you have:
Keep all the same style in one block. So if there are a bunch of things that have the exact same property and value, put them in a single block. I usually do ID's then class (alphabetical). And same with the properties themselves as mentioned by Dennis.
Lets say you have 50 elements, and they all need to display:block . Its much quicker to write that out once, and attach all the classes and ID's to that property, than the inverse. If you look at most CSS frameworks you'll find them written in this fashion.
Otherwise great work! :)
- \$\begingroup\$ Thanks. I will try to get all the same styles in one block. The reason for my nonstandard breakpoints is just that text started wraping or overflow on those points. \$\endgroup\$ – Øyvindsen Sep 13, 2019 at 9:36
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Build a Survey Form using HTML and CSS
Forms are always an essential part of any project that is used to collect user input information. In this article, we are creating a survey form for GeeksforGeeks using HTML and CSS . In this form, there are several questions that are asked by users. Here, we will use HTML to design the basic layout of the form and CSS will give a beautiful design to our layout like text-decoration, text color, background color, text alignment, margin, padding, etc. In
Prerequisite: Basic concepts of HTML and CSS like tags, ID, color, margin, padding, font, text field, checkbox, radio button, etc.
- The <form> element is used to create an HTML form for user input.
- Inside the form element, provide different options to the user like name , email , age , etc. In HTML , we have different input elements for different tasks. So, we are providing respective input types according to the question (email for taking email input, text-area for taking a large message, name for taking name input, etc.).
- We have also used the radio-button (let a user selection of the provided choices.), check-button (let a user select zero or more options of the provided choices), and submit-button (the button for submitting the form data to a form-handler).
Example: In this example, we will use the above-explained approach.
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