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All Comments

  • @mdahsanulkabir

    Submitted

    Hello there. Thanks for checking out my code. Can you help me by providing some idea about positioning and sizing of SVG components?

    Thanks in advance.

    Solution screenshot

    Huddle landing page with alternating feature blocks

    2

    @mnazneen20

    Posted

    You can use the class attribute in your SVG element and use styling for positioning and sizing your elements as you wish. Try using HTML semantic elements in your code for a better approach.

    0

  • Ryan Kim 70

    @OthankQ

    Submitted

    This project was a good refresher on how to use API and fetch in a React component. It was also a good practice on placing buttons on the border using position properties.

    Solution screenshot

    Responsive Advice Generator Built With React and Styled Components

    #react#styled-components

    1

    @mnazneen20

    Posted

    Looks very nice!

    1

  • @123467981

    Submitted

    I'm Luis Eduardo Cervantes Jaramillo, i really like to improve my web development, here is a small challenge from this site.

    Any feedback is aprecciated. :)

    Solution screenshot

    Stats preview card component

    1

    @mnazneen20

    Posted

    The design is breaking on my computer.. I would advise you to use flexbox in order to implement the design. And use HTML semantic elements whenever you are designing something.

    0

  • Sai Akhil 160

    @SaiAkhil066

    Submitted

    Solution screenshot

    Clipboard-landing-page

    1

    @mnazneen20

    Posted

    The design looks very nice on both mobile and desktop.. Try using HTML semantic elements to build the design.

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  • @aj12-houdini

    Submitted

    Really fun challenge. Had to use a lot of logic in my javascript code. Would love to hear some feedback on this challenge. In the end, my code for javascript got a bit messy. So I would love some feedback on refactoring the code to make it more neat and concise.

    Solution screenshot

    Calculator App using pure Javascript

    1

    @mnazneen20

    Posted

    The solution looks very nice.. the output display just needs some padding.

    1

  • @mnazneen20

    Posted

    The solution looks very nice and very close to the design.

    • try using alternate text for any image that is being used in the design, that is setting an appropriate value for the alt attribute of the image.

    Marked as helpful

    0

  • @Nkwor-Jane

    Submitted

    Solution screenshot

    Clipboard Landing Page

    1

    @mnazneen20

    Posted

    looks very similar to the design..the responsiveness is a little off I feel, please work on it.

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  • James 40

    @JamesLoor

    Submitted

    Header: What would be the best way to hover the anchors in the navigation menu? Header: How did you add the width of the header line on the desktop? Responsive: The design is not made for laptop? If the answer is yes, how did you do it?

    Solution screenshot

    Html, Css, JavascriptVanilla, ResponsiveDesing, GridLy & Mobile first.

    1

    @mnazneen20

    Posted

    It looks very nice and responsiveness is good too.

    1

  • devbev 80

    @devbev

    Submitted

    Hello guys, I am less than a month old in learning HTML and CSS. This is my attempt in trying to learn and practice flexbox. I was told to take a mobile first approach so I tried to do that in this project. Please let me know if you have any suggestions or advice so that I can improve my skills. Thank you in advance.

    Edit: I noticed that it's rendering fine like it's supposed to in my computer but looks different in other's computer. Not sure why?

    Solution screenshot

    Four card feature section using CSS Flexbox

    2

    @mnazneen20

    Posted

    It looks fine...Well done!

    0

  • Viktoriya 20

    @ViktoriyaKlyuzhnik

    Submitted

    Dear friends! Looks my first solution, please. I`m waiting your feedback on my code. Thanks :)

    Solution screenshot

    my first solution: order-summary-component

    1

    @mnazneen20

    Posted

    Congratulations... It looks very similar to the design... Please use alt attribute for images and try using <button> element for creating any type of button.

    Marked as helpful

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