Create a Responsive Personal Portfolio Website Using HTML CSS & JavaScript

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  • Last update: Dec 28, 2022
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🔥 Responsive Portfolio Website Ansel

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🔥 Responsive Portfolio Website

  • Responsive Portfolio Website Using HTML CSS & JavaScript
  • Smooth scrolling in each section.
  • Includes a dark and light mode.
  • Developed first with the Mobile First methodology, then for desktop.
  • Compatible with all mobile devices and with a beautiful and pleasant user interface.

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  • 1

    swiper-bundle.min.css error

    -ms-touch-action :The position CSS property sets how an element is positioned in a document. The top, right, bottom, and left properties determine the final location of positioned elements.

    Syntax: static | relative | absolute | sticky | fixed

  • 2

    Another Issue in the JS modal button comand

    Idk why it gives me this error please help ! the error shown below is (


    Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read properties of null (reading 'forEach')

    at javascript.js:16:11 )

    const modalViews = document.querySelector('services__modal'); const modalBtns = document.querySelector('services__button'); const modalClose = document.querySelector('services__modal-close');

    let modal = function(modalClick){ modalViews[modalClick].classList.add('active-modal') }

    modalBtns.forEach((mb,i) => { mb.addEventListener('click' , () => { modal(i) })

  • 3


    The modal covers all the screen and it doesn't wanna be like the dimensions shown in the video even tho revised it and there no typo at all please help I don't know what happenend .... nevermind it was only a fucking background color that was the same for the content modal one so it made bigger

  • 4

    alignment problem in the .home_handle part

    image been having these alignment issues, I've tried figuring out why but I couldn't. (I checked the tutorial too but everything is fine in the code, still having these issues) sorry if it's something simple and I'm just being dumb, I'm new to web dev