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  • shahdevzβ€’ 50

    @Shah-devs

    Posted

    Hey Melvin ! your solution is flawless, brilliantly done! I am so glad that you liked my solution to this challenge, thank you. I looked carefully at your main.js and It really helped to learn how to write functions for on/off button. I do my best to be consistent and do at least one challenge a week to keep up with this amazing community of you guys. πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’» Thanks again πŸ™

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  • shahdevzβ€’ 50

    @Shah-devs

    Posted

    Hi there! well done, best of your solutions, shows you have progressed. keep up the good work πŸ‘Œ

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  • shahdevzβ€’ 50

    @Shah-devs

    Posted

    Hi there! great job! the visuals are almost mirrored the same as given design! πŸ‘ the only thing I noticed is that once you click on the share button it will not go away unless refresh the page. also mobile version does not have inactive state. I'll be more than happy if you have a glance at my solution to get insight and maybe we could help each other out. well done.

    Marked as helpful

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  • Silasβ€’ 350

    @Silas310

    Submitted

    The JS gave me a lot of work, and I've got good insights, but I'm pleased by the final result.

    shahdevzβ€’ 50

    @Shah-devs

    Posted

    Hi Silas, well done. you did the mobile version great, I think your JS knowledge is far better than your CSS, because it changes to active state and also goes back in mobile version, however, I assume you did not mange to make the desktop version as good as mobile version ,unfortunately. Read up about media queries in css and also em and rem and percentages , you will be great.

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