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    I have recently been learning HTML in my college course and have coded my first website.

    I coded it all from scratch with the help of a few little snippets that I’ve found on here (how to get curved edges on my div)

    I was wondering whether you would be willing to have a look at it and give me some feedback on the design, aesthetics, ease of use etc.


    Constructive criticism is welcomed.


    1) the rounded corner images are all the wrong colour, and do not match the background colour.

    2) i would say the font is too big on paragraph elements. you can get far more information into a smaller area, and make it more readable it it were smaller. Keep big text for headers or important information.

    3) your code shows tags such as <p1> <p2> and <p3>. these are not valid html tags. if you want to differentiate <p> elements, give each one an id or class. i.e




    I’m back and I have cleaned up my site and the coding.

    I realise that the corners are still not perfect but it’s as good as I can get due to the gradient background and the height adjusting automatically to fit the content.

    I’ve also added a new site banner which I feel makes the site look a little more professional.

    I’d like some more opinions from people if possible please?


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