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stats card responsive html css

Dust98 120

@Dust1100010

Desktop design screenshot for the Stats preview card component coding challenge

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i had just one problem trying to code the violet cover part, is responsive but not at all, like 80% 😁 . Any idea to fix this?

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Abdul 8,540

@Samadeen

Posted

Hey!! Cheers 🥂 on completing this challenge.. .

Here are my suggestions..

  • You can wrap your attribution section in a footer tag to avoid accessibility issues.

This should fix most of your accessibility issues

For the image you can either reduce the brightness of the image of set a light dark linear-gradient on the image itself

. Regardless you did amazing... hope you find this useful... Happy coding!!!

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Ahmed Bayoumi 6,050

@Bayoumi-dev

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It looks good!...

  • I suggest you put the status of the preview card component in the list item to add more semantics to your project. like this:
<ul class="stats-preview__stats">
   <li>
      <span class="stat-number">10K+</span>
      <span class="stat-name">Companies</span>
   </li>
   <li>
      <span class="stat-number">314</span>
      <span class="stat-name">Templates</span>
   </li>
   <li>
      <span class="stat-number">12M+</span>
      <span class="stat-name">Queries</span>
   </li>
</ul>

I hope this is useful to you... Keep coding👍

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