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  • tyVespA 110

    @tyVespA

    Submitted


    I feel like the first two text sections in the mobile website are too small while the 2 images after (graphic design and photography sections) are too big, how can i make them more similar to the mobile design?

    Any other feedback is appreciated!

  • Landing Page (Desktop first workflow | SASS | BEM)

    #accessibility#bem#sass/scss
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    Joanna 210

    @jwalczak94

    Submitted


    Hi Frontend Mentor community! This is my solution for the Meet landing page.

    This was really nice project although I have some difficulties with the responsiveness of the images in the hero section. Somehow I managed to do it, but I'm not entirely happy with the final result. 😒

    If there is any way I can improve this solution please let me know. Thanks 🎁


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    kml 120

    @kmlson

    Submitted


    Hi everyone this is may solution for 3 column card component. Any feedback appreciated


  • Keith 50

    @Grill3dCheese

    Submitted


    Open to any/all feedback! One thing I struggled with was changing the color of the picture.

    I ended up using the filter property on the image but the color, compared to the design, still looks a bit off.

    To this project, I added:

    • Bounce animation on load
    • Color pulsing text on accented word
  • CSS Gid

    • HTML
    • CSS

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    Troll8oss 20

    @Troll8oss

    Submitted


    What about the last 3 images ?


  • @LeonteCr

    Submitted


    Im not sure about breakpoint for media query. its my first responsive page. hope y'll give me a feedback, want to know what i need to improve.

    Thank you!


  • Kacper 160

    @kacper-reiman

    Submitted


    I couldn't figure out how to prevent user from submitting without having rating selected, but I didn't know how to check if rating button is not clicked and display an alert message. Tried also to check if :focus on any button is active and if not, then display an alert, but I couldn't reach it in JS. My next idea was to change buttons into radio inputs, hide them and catch their labels as buttons, but I think a label can't have an active state like :focus so I gave up. Any ideas how to solve the problem? Also any other feedback and advice would be highly appreciated.

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