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    Made my first site and looking for input

    Hey Im a web student learning the fundamentals of web design. I made this basic website for a project and thought Id share it to see what you guys thought and if you guys had any suggestions. Thanks.

    Altima Repair: how to fix and work on a 4th generation altima

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    It's a start, I would add more padding to the content section.

    Where you have:
    padding-left:10px;
    padding-right:10px;
    I would just add padding: 30px; This will add 30px padding around the whole content. I would add this to the intro div aswell as the rest of the content div's to make them all look unified and in line with one another. Right now you have padding on the Expect section but not the rest.

    You need to mess around with the H1-H3 and font settings a little, make them a little bit smaller and I would actually find a better overall font to use. like this one
    https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Lalezar (if you hit the plus sign on the top right side, then down on the bottom of the page you will see 1 family selected in a dark gray box, click on that, it will then give you the reference link and CSS for it.

    Like so:
    To embed your selected fonts into a webpage, copy this code into the <head> of your HTML document

    <link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Lalezar" rel="stylesheet">

    Specify in CSS

    Use the following CSS rules to specify these families:

    1. font-family: 'Lalezar', cursive;


    For examples of how fonts can be added to webpages, see the getting started guide.

    But you can find some great fonts to use at https://fonts.google.com/

    I would also recommend
    https://www.codecademy.com/learn/web for learning how to code.

    Last edited by Fireproofgfx; Sep 28th, 2016 at 05:08 PM.


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