My Tribute Page Project: Dale Cooper

Please feel free to comment on anything I could have done simpler or better in any way. Thanks!

My Tribute Page


Your tribute page looks really clean and professional. Great understanding of BootStrap and it’s strengths (the grid).
One possible improvement would be to start using Font Awesome to link your Twitter rather than pure text.

You have to link to the stylesheet, the easiest way is to reference the CDN in your head section:
<link href="" rel="stylesheet" integrity="sha384-wvfXpqpZZVQGK6TAh5PVlGOfQNHSoD2xbE+QkPxCAFlNEevoEH3Sl0sibVcOQVnN" crossorigin="anonymous">

Rewrote the footer to include the twitter icon and added the class ‘social’ to the i element so that I can target this with CSS later.

   <div class="container text-center">
     <p class="text-muted" style="font-size: 0.75em;">created with 
 <a href="" target="_blank">Bootstrap</a> by 
 Eric Burton <a href="" target="_blank"><i class="social fa fa-twitter" aria-hidden="true">

Then I added some styling to it with CSS:

.social {
    font-size: 20px;
    height: 30px !important;
    width: 30px !important;
    text-align: center;
    padding: 5px;
    margin-bottom: 10px;
    margin-right: 5px;

There is another set of icons called Glyphicons that are from native BootStrap if you prefer to use these but there are less than Font Awesome (for example: no twitter icons).
Hope this helps.


Thank you 1ManStack! I forgot about FA and have, thanks to your code example, added some icons to the bottom of my page. Adds a nice touch, thanks for your help!

Have you been watching the show? My theory is that the craziest supernatural elements: the split between good and bad Cooper, the glass box monster, the atomic bomb, the giant and the Laura Palmer golden orb, David Lynch’s vision of Laura in the hotel, etc. are all pointing to some deeper psychological narrative, perhaps regarding Cooper and/or Laura’s past and possible traumatic events. And it’s possible that what we’ve seen so far is not “real”, but a cover-up for something even darker. Given what happens in Eraserhead, Lost Highway, Mulholland Drive, and Inland Empire (although I don’t understand Inland Empire), I’d expect Lynch to develop things in that direction. But that’s just my theory.

Yes I have! I love it, even if I don’t really know what’s going on :slight_smile: Enjoying the ride, and still hoping against hope that Dale returns to us.