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Discussion on: How is your portfolio built?

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Josh Ransley

Just HTML, CSS and some JS. Built as it is delivered. No other tooling.

joshransley.com

It's very minimal and updated rarely, so static code made sense. Hosted on the cheapest DigitalOcean droplet. Which also hosts some other sites and other crap that isn't public on my domain.

(Oh, I guess the blog is built on Ghost, because I wanted to try it. Using some really messy CSS there because I'm too lazy to fix it.)

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Tim Smith Author

Nice! The colors are there and vibrant without being overwhelming. I'm seeing a lot of developers who are also photographers. That's pretty cool.

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Anti

Now that's wicked. Usually not a fan of wordiness - but I like your unique writing style. Yours is a blog I would subscribe to, but I don't see how to.

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Josh Ransley

Thanks.

There's an RSS feed, but apart from that 🤷‍♂️ I didn't expect anyone to want to subscribe.

joshransley.com/blog/rss/

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Kevin K. Johnson

Relieve my soul: .profile-image {width: 100%};

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Josh Ransley

I'm confused.

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Kevin K. Johnson

Oh, the circle image on the main page has stretched proportions. I found the class in the inspector and gave some code I think fixes it.

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Josh Ransley

Ah, yes. In Chrome it seems the image has been stretched/squashed. Thanks.