Tribute Page: Dorothy Dandridge - Would love your feedback! Thank you :-)

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Looking good, I’d resize the image a bit so it does not go off the edge. :slight_smile:

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Will Do . . .Thank you!!

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Hi Caty,
Congratulations on completing the ‘Tribute page’ challenge. Good job on the color and the picture. Mentioning a few suggestions below:

  1. Change the center text to ‘Dorothy Dandridge’ or her alias/what she was famously called etc…
  2. You may highlight “Tribute to Dorothy Dandridge” under the “Pen Title” found under ‘Settings’. Also fill out the PEN description there…
  3. The HTML element line break
    produces a line break in text (carriage-return). It is useful for writing a poem or an address, where the division of lines is significant. { Only (br) and not (br) (/br) }
  4. Increasing the font size of the ‘UL’ could give your page a better look.

Note: You can always come back and edit your Tribute page and make it better.

Good Luck in your future endeavors…

Regards
Aniesh
Twitter: @AgentAniesh

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Looking good. In addition to Aniesh’s thoughts, I’d also suggest using the class=“img-responsive” for your image, rather than using a style to force the width and height.

Brian

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Thank you so much for your suggestions! One question . . .
For the HTML Element line break, I was trying to separate the first paragraph from the picture and couldn’t remember how to do so. What other element could I use to shift the paragraph down?

Thank you so much Brian, I will give that a try :slight_smile:

Caty, you could try increasing the padding top of the paragraph or the padding bottom of the image in css to separate the two from each other that way?

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Ah, thank you, I will try that! :slight_smile:

Wow Caty…
Thrilled to see ur page now. It certainly got the much needed make over :stuck_out_tongue: I :heart: how your page looks now…

Congratulations… & :+1: for your future endeavors.

Regards
Aniesh
Twitter: @AgentAniesh

Yes my page needed a makeover, LOL! Thanks again for all of your help.

Take care,
caty