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    I couldn't figure out how to position the background image, so i just made use of a solid color. If anybody knows how to go about it, do let me know, thanks

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    A very easy challenge and ironically it is the last challenge for me under the newbie category, i have faced bigger monsters than this, feels like a retirement package 😂

    Suggestions and feedbacks are welcome

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    This is a very interesting challenge that really tested my css grid skills. At first the desktop design was intimidating, but everything became pretty straightforward when i realised how to properly place the cards. Feedbacks and suggestions are welcome

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    I don't see the need for the background-image because after applying them I only noticed a pinkish tint, considering there are 2 backgrounds (top and bottom) or am I missing something?

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    This is my second attempt on this challenge, the first one was disappointing because i tried building for desktops at first but i hit a roadblock halfway so i abandoned it. I returned after completing 3 other challenge and gained experience from them and i learnt one thing; always using a mobile-first approach 😉 It is far easier when done this way. Y'all please check it out and give your feedbacks and suggestions. Thanks

    PS: notice the background image on the right is darker than the original design? That's because I used the background-blend-mode property instead of reducing the opacity of the background-color. This property is mostly supported in latest browser versions and isn't supported in internet explorer (not surprised there)

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    This looked like a simple challenge at first, but it was hell trying to figure out how to properly position the background-image. Feedbacks and tips on how i could do better and improve are highly welcome