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Html CSS Flex box

Gustavo 150

@Gushigustavo

Desktop design screenshot for the NFT preview card component coding challenge

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This challenge was very good, I had to research some properties and it made me know more. I would like you to give me a feedback.

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Danilo Blas 6,360

@Sdann26

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Hi Gustavo!

Just a recommendation since in general I think your project is well done.

Add to the name of the NFT and the creator the property transition: color 400ms (the first value is the property to apply the transition and the second is the delay) this to generate a color change with a slight transition so that the change is not so abrupt, this will allow you to make nice animation later.

I would also recommend you to learn BEM methodology, which is a methodology for naming your classes, that will help you to have it more organized, the same level of specificity in your style sheets and helps teamwork when handling a methodology like this. Also you could learn about Reset CSS and Normalize CSS which are stylesheets to reset the style for all browsers and not have to use the * in your stylesheet to reset the values.

I hope my comments are helpful.

Good Coding!

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