My Tribute page to Van Gogh

hello everyone. I was wondering if someone could take a look at my tribute page and maybe point in some direction to spruce it up a bit. I am going to add more content, but before I do I would like to get some advice from others so that I could add to what I have so far,.

i would like to space out the rows a bit more, make the images a bit larger. I appreciate all suggestions.

thanks in advance!

Do you have a link to the page?

Try changing up the fonts ( and enlarging the example images on the side.

Thank you DevMaterial for your input. It is very much appreciated.

So how can i get the google fonts imported into my CSS.

I have tried just using

font-class"Dancing Script";
font: “Dancing Script”;

and neither work. I’m thinking I am just missing something.

Im still unsure about the fonts, Im researching.
But I had another question. How do you suppose I could align my gallery to the left center of the header above them?

First, you must add a link tag to your HTML to import the font. Try this:
<link href="" rel="stylesheet">
Enter this code just below your title tag.

Once you do that, you should be able to style your fonts with font-family: 'Dancing Script', cursive; in your CSS.

Here is some more in depth information!

Thanks for the input SlyTy7. I will try that now!

It worked great. again thank you for the suggestion.
Could I ask another question?

My gallery of pics on the left side, how can I get them to be aligned to the center of the header above them?

No problem! So, to start I would remove the styling from your gallery div on line 26 of your HTML. If you wanted to make your pictures a bigger size I would style the images themselves instead. I added gallery-img to each image class, and then added this block of code to your CSS and it seemed to work for me:
.gallery-img { min-width: 150px; }

Play with the value of the min-width property to suit your needs.

Hey SlyTy7

when you say you added gallery-img to each image class are you referring to

seems Im still having trouble getting it right