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Everyone knows Instagram, it's an ideal fun exercise to practice your beginner HTML/CSS skills. On this project you will be exercising the following concepts:
This project does not come with the necessary files to start working, we recommend you start coding from an empty boilerplate.
a) If using Gitpod you click here to open the boilerplate.
b) If working locally type the following command from your command line:
💡 Important: Remember to create a new repository to save your progress and add the new remote (
git remote add new_origin <your new url>), and upload the code to your new repository using
git push new_origin <branch>.
Using everything you have learned with HTML and CSS3, please create a website that replicates this gif in every way (pixel perfect):
Or you can use these images:
Use the display property like in the old days or the new flex CSS property to make the posts feed.
This video from the net ninja is amazing to start understanding the flexbox.
Here is the strategy for the exercise:
Please discuss with your coding partner, any other student or mentor about any questions you may have. Coding is hard for everyone.