Hi @asmarino, I don’t have any background in CS. I’ve just been teaching myself, mostly with FreeCodeCamp, reading the HTML and CSS book by jon duckett, and supplementing with courses from Lynda.com (I get it through my library for free!). I usually use the FCC projects as more of a framework so that I can give myself a bit more creative space. I build it in Adobe XD first then try my best to make it happen with HTML and CSS. Building what I want in XD first really pushes me to challenge myself with coding. I just have to Google a million things haha. Best of luck on your learning journey!
@michaelnicol Thanks so much! Glad you liked it. I agree, the tests are only helpful as long as they help you learn, but past that you have to make your own judgement calls.
Hi there @trieu0479, I use the “@media screen and…” because, from my understanding, it means if the media type is a “screen” and the "(min/max-width is…) then do whatever your CSS declaration says. I hope that was clear, but you should check out this article. It might help: https://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css3_pr_mediaquery.asp. Also, I was given the advice to follow more structured breakpoints instead of just using them wherever I need them, and I would definitely do that on future projects. You can see on bootstrap’s that they have more specific breakpoints for screen sizes. Good luck!
@kundankumar26 Thanks for your feedback! I appreciate you taking a look. I can see how those things would help enhance the information on the page, so the user isn’t distracted by aesthetics. Happy coding!