I would like to seek feedback on my tribute page at : https://codepen.io/anu27/full/WzMQzj/
When websites have a lot of text, it’s important to break up the text somehow and limit how wide the reading area is. Your site has lots of text that, on a modern large screen, is hard to read because of how far the readers’ eyes have to travel from left to right.
Think about newspapers: almost all text and lots of it, so they break it up by using narrow columns and wrapping text around images. Wikipedia, which is also primarily text, uses this same strategy as well as adding sidebars, which limits the width of the text area.
I would recommend taking this Bootstrap tutorial and using Bootstrap’s “container” wrapper to limit the width of the body of your page.
Thanks Jacey. Yes, I do believe that a container wrapper might help.