@luis4flames - great! You're welcome. One thing about positioning things like that, normally you don't have to work too hard to get things to flow on a page in a straightforward way. There are always exceptions, of course, but that type of page should be pretty much block-oriented, and the bootstrap grid (or other similar use of CSS) should handle most things fairly easily. I've also seen folks on here advocate the flexbox CSS styles for layout - it does handle some things nicely, but I haven't used it for anything yet, still learning about it. Have fun!
@ravikumar-cmu When I did my tribute page I tried the same thing and had problems getting those bullets to center. What I ended up doing, was using bootstrap description styling. Here's the link for that. Just scroll down to description lists. By doing it that way it bold fonts your dates and I think it looks nice. http://getbootstrap.com/css/#type
@JacksonElo I think it looks good. Personally I might make my header not so thick and possibly the same with the footer. Maybe even some different fonts to mix it up. It looks good though!
Cool! Thanks. I didn't realize how intimidating the design aspect could be
Oh, I can't figure out how to link the elements in the nav bar to the corresponding parts of the page. Any advice?
@JacksonElo Yeah for sure. I have just recently started doing Free Code Camp as well. I am studying electrical and computer engineering in college but thought it would be something fun over the summer. It will get more challenging, but don't give up. It's worth it!
@JacksonElo Yeah give me a second and I will look at it.
@JacksonElo So for the links to parts of the page. Each one of my sections I gave an id="section1" and so on for all my sections. Then in your button for the different parts, you should just be able to href="#section1" in it. I used bootstraps navbar so it might be a little different.