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You can open the console and with Chrome and FF there’s a responsive design mode selector you can use to see what your page will “look” like on different devices.
Most times, it’s sufficient to just resize your browser by dragging the right edge to the left and seeing how the page responds.
Please forgive me, my English is a little rusty and I’m not a mother-tongue. That’s why I misunderstood one of the user-story and how to include the test in the pen. I got the tests passed and I believe I got the HTML right now.
I’ve also changed the text of the links, please let me know if it is better now.
Thank you, will look into it. I was thinking more about different browsers compatibility issues though.
It looks good @Marco16168. Good job cleaning things up.
One thing I just noticed. It’s minor. On line 72 in your CSS you have font-size: 1.rem;
That looks like a typo. Should either be 1rem or 1.1rem or maybe some other number after the decimal. But just having the decimal w/out a number makes it look like .rem which isn’t valid.
You can find minor errors like that in codepen’s CSS by clicking on the down arrow in the upper right then click on the ‘Analyze’ link.