Who wants to give some feedback about my "Technical Documentation Page" project?

So far so good, i’ve completed the project.
I would really love a few words about it, specially about the code. I guess it will be so useful for me ro know your feedback.
Thank you!



If you run it through https://validator.w3.org/#validate_by_input you get some errors(mostly simple fixes), but over all it looks good and gets your message across well. I’m still new so I find this in particular to be pretty helpful and broadening my scope on media queries. Good job! :slightly_smiling_face:

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It’s good!! But maybe if you’ll align the code to left it seems that it’ll be better for the users!


I thought the same thing good catch.


hi @correodelucio
awesome :+1:

this is something i need to learn about table.

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Wow, looks great :heart_eyes:

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Wow. It is really very good! Bravo

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@correodelucio , I appreciate your work, a good project!

At the same time, I would suggest few things - you may consider:

  1. add some more padding to the bottom ( you can add it to your footer).
  2. change/adjust your menu background-color and font color
  3. for small devices, make your text justified.
  4. add this css at the top of your css
html {
  scroll-behavior: smooth;

and see the effect by clicking on your menu links.
5. you also may add a title at the top your document - about (although you used it as brand).

Thank you.

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Thank you very much for your comment; they all were very useful.
I do some minor tweaks, feel free to see!
Ty again-

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As mentioned previously, run your HTML code through the W3C validator.

  • There are HTML coding errors you should address.
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