Hi, Alberth Ruado! 👋
Well done on this challenge! 👍
The background circles in this challenge can be tricky to position! 😅 I think using CSS background images is a good method for adding them to the page. That's what I did in my solution to this challenge, I experimented with using percentages and viewport units to position the circles so that they more or less remain in their place when the screen is resized.
If you'd like to learn more about CSS background images and how to use them, this article from MDN is a good place to start.
Besides that, a tip I have for you to make your HTML more semantic is to use a
ul element for the list of statistics at the bottom of the page. Also, even though the statistic figures are larger in size and have a heavier font weight, they are not actually headings, so there is no need to use a heading tag for them. 😉
Hope you find these tips helpful. 😊
Keep coding (and happy coding, too)! 😁
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