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Manoj Kumar
Manoj Kumar

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I Created a Responsive Portfolio Website Using HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, and JavaScript-Updated

I already had created my portfolio from scratch using HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, and javascript. But this time I have updated my portfolio with attractive and responsive UI.

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Tell me, what amazes you? What should I change?

Here is the link to the portfolio:http://manojcse.me

Your feedback will be very important to me. It will help to enhance my development skill.

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Aya Bouchiha

Amazing website but it is not responsive in my phone (realme6)

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Ibrahim Khaled

What tool you used to build the floating icons on the background?
And it's amazing and responsive

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Manoj Kumar Author

particle.js

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Matteo Bruni

Particles.js doesn’t support multiple images, did you used react-particles-js?

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Marck

Good job bro, that's amazing :D

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Manoj Kumar Author

Thanks Bro

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Chen Lay

That's so cool.

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