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My Portfolio Page (I will be happy to hear comments :))

DidemDr
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Dom Tom

My only suggestion would be the same as Burak with the inline CSS. Just put that in a separate file with a link tag. Also just stick to learning JavaScript. Don’t try to learn JS and a JS framework at the same time, cliche advice but can’t be stressed enough. Happy coding!

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DidemDr Author

Yes, today I've started learning Javascript. I know I should also make some practice about HTML and CSS too but learning to use a real programming language like java will help me.
Thank you for the advice and I'm trying to take firm steps forward about coding :)

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Ruben Vitt

I think, you are on a good way! Learning the principles by trying out everything is a good approach.
With every next step you go, you'll learn something new. I promise you: in a few weeks/month you see your pages and think: wtf do I have done there?! But these small steps are a good beginning - and I think you've done the right first steps. - Don't think about UI-Design for now, do think about it when you really need to do (and when you're actively looking for a job, then it's a must-have)...

btw, maybe this one helps to give you some steps to become a good developer: roadmap.sh/frontend :)

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DidemDr Author

Thank you for this great road map. I'll definitely look into that :)

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Burak Saraloglu • Edited

I assume that you've built this portfolio to get a job, but unfortunately your portfolio is lacking in the design aspect. There is no visual hierarchy and colour consistency. I don't know about your experience level but you should definitely improve your self in UI design.

edit: I also checked your github profile. Please avoid using inline css or style tags on top of html. You should work on .css files. Also please remember, html is not a programming language. That's why you should improve yourself in some languages (ex. JavaScript, React, Angular, Vue, etc.).

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DidemDr Author

thank you for the answer and reviews.
I'm just a beginner and this portfolio page is a project for FreeCodeCamp.
I'll definitely work on UI design, too. Actually this is the sixth page I've designed until now :)
Again, I really appreciate your detailed review. I love learning to code. But I know there are so much things to learn before I have a real job :)

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ABHINAVA GHOSH (he/him)

Nice work ,I really liked your effort ,and yes I do agree with others in the comments about the inline CSS .
Your website looks a bit childish to me at first , and if you are looking to include this website as a part of your job application then i would suggest make it a bit professional.
Also dont write names of website along with the logo like you did for github and dev.to , only the logo will do.

You can have a look at my website for reference .

Hope it helps!

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DidemDr Author

Wow, I like your website :) it's a great example.
I'll try to redesign my website to be seen as more professional.
Thank you for the answer

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Madza

It's good for a start, you will upgrade it as you go πŸ‘
Time to host it on a personal domain πŸ˜‰

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DidemDr Author

Do you have a cheap recommendation about the domain?

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Madza

check out Namecheap, as suggested by dev community a while ago ;)

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