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Hey guys!

Check out my Tribute Page. Tell me what you think!

Hi @zortron756 !

Welcome back to the forum!

I moved your post over to the #project-feedback section.

When you are building projects, it is best to seperate your html and css.
I would get rid of the style tags and move that over to the css section.

It will make for cleaner code especially when you start building larger projects.

Hope that helps!

I have updated my code and I think that it is better now :slight_smile:

Your page looks good @zortron756. Very minimal though. Something to revisit;

  • Accessibility is about being accessible to all users. Review the giving meaningful text to links lesson. For a more thorough explanation read Web Accessibility in Mind.
    • Henry Lee Lucas” is not accessible
      A screen reader does not read every word on the page. If it reads the link the only thing the user hears is “henry lee lucas” which doesn’t tell them much and wouldn’t be an incentive to investigate (click the link) further.

How about this?

It looks better @zortron756. Be aware, there is not solid right or wrong. What I was trying to do was point have you read about best practices regarding accessibility.
As I noted earlier someone using a screen reader does not hear every word. That is, the read does not read the entire sentence. So with what you have right now the person would hear “wikipedia page” and it doesn’t make much sense. Maybe something a little better would be to have the link as “read more about serial killer Henry Lee Lucas”.

Hope that helps.

I read some about the best practices. This has got to be better.

Yes it is. Good job!

Thanks for the advise. I can tell that I’m going to need it. And I’ll probably need to revisit what I’ve already read as well.

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