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Three column preview card component using Flexbox

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C Lewis 90

@casserole27

Desktop design screenshot for the 3-column preview card component coding challenge

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C Lewis’s questions for the community

I found the buttons a little bit difficult while building the project, specifically their width. I used a percentage measurement that seemed to go well as far as responsiveness, but is there a best practice?

I found this to be a fairly straightforward exercise in Flexbox, which I seem to be getting the hang of. I also changed the original orange color to a darker hue because an accessibility check yielded a low contrast warning.

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Alexandre 490

@alexcumplido

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Hello C Lewis, I hope you are doing well!

About the buttons, I think those elements would redirect the user to another page and act as a links rather than as a buttons triggering some JS behavior. Using links instead of buttons in this case is a best practise plus are easier to style than buttons. You can find more info about links-buttons here: css-tricks link

Ps: I like the font change! Good job and keep going!

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C Lewis 90

@casserole27

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@alexcumplido thank you!

Are you seeing the font as different than what the exercise intended? I used the fonts that were indicated in the exercise files, and it looks the same to me. Just curious!

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Alexandre 490

@alexcumplido

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Hello again C. Lewis! It is the same font indeed. It seemed different first time I checked in, don't know why.

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