Completed my first Tribute Page on J.J. Abrams. Any feedback is appreciated as I am very new to coding

Completed my first Tribute Page on J.J. Abrams. Any feedback is appreciated as I am very new to coding
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#1

This is my first coding project and I feel that my biggest struggle was the overall organization of the code I have written. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Here is my Tribute Page! http://codepen.io/Komarza/pen/edwORP


#2

Hi Komarza,

In Bootstrap the class is “container-fluid”:

<div class="containerfluid">

This code is not correct:

<link href="(http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Droid+Sans:400,700)"rel="stylesheet"type="text/CSS">
</link> <-- here

MDN documentation:

Tag omission
As it is a void element, the start tag must be present and the end tag must not be present


This code is not correct:

 <link href="#"> <--here
<img style="-webkit-user-select: none; cursor: zoom-in;" src="http://static.srcdn.com/wp-content/forum/uploads/star-wars-force-awakens-jj-abrams-injury.jpg" alt="JJ& R2-D2 on set of SWFA"width="400" height="350"><p class="text-center caption"><strong>J.J. Abrams  with R2-D2 on the set of<em>Star Wars the Force Awakens</em></strong></p><p class="text-center">Star Wars Theme John Williams</p>

Specs:
https://www.w3.org/TR/html5/document-metadata.html#the-link-element

The destination of the link(s) is given by the href attribute, which must be present and must contain a valid non-empty URL potentially surrounded by spaces. If the href attribute is absent, then the element does not define a link.

The HTML element specifies relationships between the current document and an external resource.

Cheers and hapy coding :slight_smile: