Turns out it’s not easy at all — I already forgot a lot of the codes I have learned, and having the webpage showcase what I had in my mind turned out to be rather difficult. I wish I could just sketch something on a piece of paper, and having an app translate all the HTML codes for me … (wait, maybe there IS an app about this already??)
The FCC page wasn’t designed in enough of a user-friendly way for a newbie to go back and forth across sections searching for what he/she needed. Even things like centering a text, selecting a certain font, adding a “well”, embedding a link took me a loooooong time. But in the end the course materials, and a lot of googling worked.
So here it is, a basic tribute page I built for the basic front-end development project #1.
As you can see, this is far from perfect, and I have a lot more work to do (for example, I’d really love to change some of the fonts and font sizes, as well as freely adjust the margins of the list elements to be the same as those of the picture). But I’ll stop by now, and more to learn in the coming days.