I was wondering what the difference was between some people using Visual Code as their IDE and implementing files (like SASS-SCSS and .js files) to make their portfolio look a certain way, versus using codepen as i did for building my first projects?
For example if already built my tribute or landing page, i don’t know how to implement SASS into codepen. Is it too late since i already built my code (project) without it?
I discovered on freecodecamp’s youtube channel something called “ARIA”. If i didn’t use ARIA (i’m not sure if i used it while learning FCC’s first course) - does that put me at a dis-advantage for my pages adapting to mobile viewing and other devices?
I know i have a lot to learn ahead, including frameworks, but is there a go-to universal approach in always making sure your pages are adaptable to all devices (in this particular context, the lines of my code).
The other structural intuition i am trying to understand is how will my portfolio be viewed in terms of its" link" once its deployed?
First of all, if i am building my projects and portfolio on codepen…does “building a portfolio webpage” mean building a portfolio on a codepen link, or a personal DNS (meaning, your own personal website)? Which one is better?
If am linking my codepen “pen” to Github or FCC, officially, my webpage will always be a codepen page ?
When i copy paste my codepen project url/link, i see the same thing (with codepen tools and other instruments etc.) How can i make sure my portfolio and projects are visually seen as just a whole web page (without cramping my pages with codepen features?)
Github has “repositories”. Does that mean that i should have a repository on Github with the codepen link solely for the portfolio?..
or also create a repository for every single project in addition to having the “main repository” (portfolio) on top summarizing all my projects?
How can i be sure that no one lands on my other “drafts” and “work-in-progress” projects being built (is that the reason there is a “private” button offered on codepen) ?
Thank You for your time if you read this post,