Hi, when I was going through the lessons for FreeCodeCamp and did my original Tribute page, I just threw something together with no real thought about it. Then, when I saw what you all had done, I felt very ashamed at how lousy mine was. So many of you have such good ideas.
So I’ve done a new Tribute page. I still don’t think it is up to snuff when compared to a lot of what I see from folks on here, but I feel it is at least good enough that I can show you all and get some feedback. I would like to use this on a portfolio page, but it definitely can use some polishing.
The page is a tribute to the Doctors of Doctor Who. You can find it here.
A few notes: first, there is a sound at the beginning that autoplays. I was told on another site that I should warn people about it, so here is the warning.
Second, the page so far only works in Chrome on a desktop. It is messed up in Chrome on mobile devices, and I can’t get it to work in Safari. I haven’t tested it in Firefox or Opera. Any feedback on fixing those issues is appreciated, but I suppose that is really a topic for another forum.
Third, I know the picture of the TARDIS (the blue box on the first page, for the uninitiated) is cut off at the bottom. This was the only picture I could find with a transparent background that was even close to the size of the original images. The problem is that if I increase the height enough to get the whole TARDIS in the picture, then the arms of some of the actors get cut off. I figured arms were more important that the bottom of the box. If anyone has any ideas on how to fix that, I’m open to it. I don’t have Photoshop, so I can’t create my own picture with a transparent background.
Thanks for all your suggestions!