This capstone project website is developed using HTML5, CSS3, and vanilla JavaScript for technology campanies to present the service provided by the campany and to share the latest work ifrormations.

  • By Kumilachew Getie
  • Last update: Sep 23, 2022
  • Comments: 3


This project is mainly about creating personal portfolio by HTML5 and CSS3.

Live Demo

Live Demo

Built With

  • Major languages: HTML5,CSS3 and JS
  • Technologies used: linters, Lighthouse, Webhint, Stylelint

Getting Started

To access a local copy up and runn follow these simple steps.


  • web browser


  • clone this repository into your local machine
  • unzip it
  • open the 'index.html' file with your browser


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Feel free to check the issues page.

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  • 1


    I have done the following tasks.

    1. Built Home page and About page HTML skeleton
    2. Built Home page and About page stylings
    3. Built linter configurations
    4. Built JS functions

    The home page Looks like...


    About page looks like...


  • 2

    Peer to Peer review

    great job, please fix these issues

    • [ ] Add life demo link at README
    • [ ] Add the presentation video to the README
    • [ ] Delete the white space between the top bar and the start of the page imagen
    • [ ] When hovering the featured person there is a red border, this moves all the content inside, this can be fixed by adding a transparent border of the same size to the element that has the :hover.
    • [ ] at the about page, the headline section does not have a title.
    • [ ] the headline section does not have a margin/padding at the top in firefox, the problem is that the class="advert-txt" means something in firefox, change for something anything imagen
  • 3

    Peer to Peer Review

    Great code Kumila, looks really great, Just a suggestion from the team, your code would look neater if you just remove the unused code that has been commented out. Other than that great work!