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Tip calculator app by codernineteen with CSS grid and js DOM

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I'm welcome to listening to feedback of my code. pls feel free to give me feedback. Especially, i wanna get feedback of style.css and input.js

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3-column preview card component challenge hub

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If I have done any mistakes or if you have any suggestions let me know :)

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Mobile first card component using CSS grid-areas and Sass with @mixins

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I specifically used grid-areas instead of what a lot of other people used with was manipulating the "position" property. I'm pretty proud of it. I was able to overlap the profile picture with the card background image.

No major questions but simply another fun component to create. Would love any feedback!

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flexbox and css property

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where can i improve

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Grid

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Hey guys, I'm a newbie in programming and this was my first project. I started using Grid but in the end I didn't know how to make it responsive. I would like to know what I went wrong and how I could fix it. Thanks

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responsive mobile-first using sass

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I was quite scared when I started this challenge due to me being new, but I have to say it was really fun and quite the challenge. any feed back and tips would be appreciated :) I know my code is a lil messy, go easy on me haha i'm still new to all this

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Stats Card Component using BEM and SCSS

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Any feedback is appreciated))

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Html css Bootstrap vanilla.js

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yuenu

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Your comments and suggestions are welcome!

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Project tracking intro component

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CSS

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P
alec

355

Submitted


Any feedback are welcome.

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Bootstrap HTML/CSS/JS

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Gary

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Any feedback will be appreciated. I had the most trouble with making the test responsive and keeping it in one place for the egg and cup row

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HTML, CSS, Flexbox

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Rashi

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Hello all,

I ended up setting max-width values in the individual cards (colored sections). I didn't know if that approach was warranted or if I should have relied more on percent based sizing (this also pertains to padding as well).

Any thoughts or meditations are welcome.

Thanks

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Flex, media query

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Haddy

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Need help how can I improve the design and make it more responsive and aslo the box is not vertically centered.

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Fylo Dark Theme Landing page using Flex and Grid

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Any

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pug, sass, css grid, flexbox and html

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comments and thanks.

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Fylo Landing Two Column using Flex Box

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Any

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Stats Preview Card using Flexbox

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Submitted


any feedback appreciated

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stats preview card component

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P

Submitted


Hi Everyone, Any suggestions or feedback on this challenge is welcomed :)

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HTML,CSS

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  • Questions and/or suggestions are very welcomed :)
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HTML and CSS including flexbox and grid.

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I will appreciate feedback on what specific things (e.g. codes, properties) to use for mobile design. In the Readme resource, you specified height for desktop and mobile designs, I would like to understand this.

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Four card feature section challenge hub

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alec

355

Submitted


Feedback of any kind is always welcome :)

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Profile Card Component

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Desfel

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Biggest challenge was keeping the background image in place. Feedback is welcomed for how I can integrate them better!

Cheers!

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