Product landing page - Digital Marketing Consultant

Hi :wave:

I would appreciate your feedback!
https://emabytes.github.io/my-fcc-projects/landing-page/

To build this page, I used only HTML and CSS since that’s all I learned until now… and still learning :cowboy_hat_face:

Thanks in advance!

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Looks cool beans one of the better beginner sites out here
Theres only something wrong with a favicon you have it isn’t channeld properly

Welcome to the forums @emabytes. Your page looks good. Some things to revisit;

  • Keep the test script when forking the pen (<script src="https://cdn.freecodecamp.org/testable-projects-fcc/v1/bundle.js"></script>).
    • Your page passes 13/16 user stories.
    • The test script should be included, with all tests passing, when you submit your projects.
  • Run your HTML code through the W3C validator.
    • There are some errors in your code you should address

Thanks for your comment, KittyKora!

Hi Roma, thank you for your welcome wishes and suggestions!

I actually forked the pen and wrote everything on CodePen. My final project is here:
https://codepen.io/emabytes/full/NWGqgYM
16/16
I later discovered GitHub pages and decided to give it a try :smiley:

Thanks for the link, I’ll do that! :ok_hand:

How long have you studied to do this?

Okay, looks good. You need to keep GitHub in sync :slightly_smiling_face:

Quite some time :slight_smile:

I started learning on 19 March (with a focus on CSS), a minimum of 2 hours a day, and combining FCC with other resources.
I finished my first FCC project on 31 March and I started documenting my process through #100daysofcode on Twitter so you can see the timeline.

My first project - tribute page
My second project - survey form

On average I worked on each project for about 15-20 hours.
Some days I would not work (directly) on a project, but only did some exercises (flexbox, buttons, navbar, super simple animations…), to help me understand better :nerd_face:

Btw, if you are learning CSS, Colt Steel’s flexbox tutorial was really helpful.

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Hi Roma,
one more question if you have the time.
Is it important to leave the test script in my GitHub version? Is it okay if I comment and make it invisible?

Yeah, it’s fine if you do that. I did the same thing.

Your page is amazing. Well done!

Great. Thanks for the info!

:woman_cartwheeling: Thank you for taking the time to review it!

This page is amazing, like “less is more” simple and straight forward, you created this by just learning here? If yes, than amazing! can you tell how much time you took to learn and create the page to this level.

Reply will be much appreciated.
Thanks in advance!

Hi yadu,
thank you for the feedback, I appreciate it!
I’m always drawn to simplistic designs :smiley:

This is c/p of my answer on the same question from yesterday. I hope it helps to get the picture if you are just starting with CSS. Good luck! :four_leaf_clover:

I started learning on 19 March (with a focus on CSS), a minimum of 2 hours a day, and combining FCC with other resources.
I finished my first FCC project on 31 March and I started documenting my process through #100daysofcode on Twitter so you can see the timeline.

My first project - tribute page
My second project - survey form

On average I worked on each project for about 15-20 hours.
Some days I would not work (directly) on a project, but only did some exercises (flexbox, buttons, navbar, super simple animations…), to help me understand better :nerd_face:

Btw, if you are learning CSS, Colt Steel’s flexbox tutorial was really helpful.

Thanks for the reply and good luck for further developments of your website.

Thank you! Good luck to you, too!

You are pretty great at design. I love your projects :smiley:. Keep up the good work.

Thank you Lafen, I appreciate it! :smiley: Good luck to you, too :four_leaf_clover:

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