Please, guide on where i’m wrong.
Did the whole part of the HTML/CSS on FreeCodeCamp
Now I’m doing the little projects, and currently in
Build a Landing page
For the other projects, I used grid to align the content, because it was simpler to use it. With flex, I struggle a lot more, and cant really get a hang on how everything works.
I’m trying to learn by myself, but sometimes it feels like I need someone to tell me "you should try using this, idk how to put it in words.
At the moment, I’m trying to put the nav-bar on the right and the img-logo at the levt, using only flexbox.
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I know it’s not beauty all these colors, it’s just the way I found to see what each component is beheaving
I love CSS now. It’s a lot of fun. But in the beginning, I was terrible at it and didn’t have a clue what I was doing.
Here’s my product landing page which will reflect how bad I was at css, but will at least perhaps help you with the project.
Hey, thank you very much for your support.
After I post this, on the next day I started doing the
#100DaysOfCode challenge, and for the first time ever, I did a to-do list of my stuff. I really need to develop discipline, because I think it’s the only way to achieve my full potential as an individual.
3 days later I finally finished the project, could get a hang on flexbox, still struggling tho, but I’ll get there.
If you by any chance, could spare some time, take a look and give me your feedback (please feel absolutely free to criticize), I would love some insights on how to better dispose of items, or how to use colors/fonts.
Again, thank you!
To be honest, I don’t know if I have the capability to judge your work yet. My own work is still very humble.
The color doesn’t hurt the eyes like the others did. I do like that.
Please explain what you mean by that? I might be able to help with that if I know more of what you are asking?
I mean general design tips.
I like to take some time on Dribble, do you know or use another for inspiration or something.
sorry for the lacks of words, English is not my first language, sometimes I can’t express myself properly haha
Gee, I feel a bit sheepish here. I don’t know if I can help much.
I do know a good tip: it’s poor design to have a horizontal scroll bar. That can be fixed with
overflow-x: hidden. But you don’t have that problem on your page.
Here is my profile on codepen. Perhaps you may see something useful. I do hope this helps.