My advice is that when you’re learning, build something until it works correctly and looks decent, and then forget it and move on. Don’t look for perfection. There are bigger and better things for you to be learning and working on than tweaking the padding on your tribute page. Take it from someone who’s been there!
Why striving for perfection might be holding you back as a newbie web developer
Rick West

This resonates with me because I actually deleted my FCC account, then remade it, because I felt so disappointed with the poor quality of my tribute page when I browsed around for ideas on codepen. I thought I would redo all of the exercises from scratch with no saved progress to try and make it stick better as if it wasn’t the simple lack of practice being the reason my skill was lacking.

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