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Social proof section - HTML, CSS, Flexbox, Grid

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Royβ€’ 195

@royschrauwen

Desktop design screenshot for the Social proof section coding challenge

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  • HTML
  • CSS
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Roy’s questions for the community

I had a hard time with the positioning of all the objects, but in the end I made something that looks somewhat like the design.

I have been self-learing HTML and CSS since May 2021 and I want to become a developer, so any constructive criticism is very welcome. 😊

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j5β€’ 2,290

@josiahmokob0

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This is an amazing start @royschrauwen. I am happy for you.

I have a few recommendations:

  • Avoid setting solid heights and widths, use min-height, max-height, min-width & max-width instead. For example on the container you can have something like this:

       min-height: 100vh;
       max-width: 50rem;
       margin: 0 auto;
    
  • On the example above I have used margin: 0 auto to centre content, it only works if you have set the width.

  • You don't need to set margin-top / margin-bottom on when using flex or grid layout, just use the gap property.

Cheers.

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