I’m not new to HTML, CSS, JS., but I think I have to start documenting certificates for good reasons. What do you think about my tribute page? I love to always emphasize the use of whitespace to balance and harmonize designs no matter how basic the site is.
When the user load your page at first look the image is split. We need to scroll down the page to see the full image. Without scrolling some head of peoples are cut in half.
That image is not too high. Try to position it so that it is visible fully even after load the page, without scrolling.
And another idea: Now as I checked second time the page, maybe better if the content after headers are aligned justify. The centered content is a bit bothering.
I did the design relative to the requirements of the test.
Even the site that freecodecamp referenced and guide for the project have an image far larger than mine where you also have to scroll to view the full image. The image I used doesn’t have the heads cut. (smiles).
For the resolution, I choose one that resolution is “not too high” because of contrast purposes.
Neat…I like the way you added the padding around the content leaving white space around it, while also adding the border radius to give the edges a nice curve. On my phone it felt like reading from an app. Thumbs up .