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When your personal website takes all week to get perfect and no one cares about the end product... Check it out! Ryancskinner.com (I'm looking for a job)

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  • 0
    Sorry only looking for a graphic designer that can do tees right now haha
  • 2
    #willcodeforfood
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    Hey man, you need to check how your site looks on mobile, also lower the text shadow a lil bit. And I suggest you to add a more proffesional photo of you.
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    @ryan-skinner
    Found a feature on your site :)
    See attached image.
    Happens on mobile when opening the menu.
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    @JTBringe exactly, I dont even have to open the menu
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    Yea that's the only issue I'm having with mobile rn. I can fix it. Legit just launched it a few hours ago. Thanks for the feedback!
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    @ryan-skinner We got ya covered ;)
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    @usernotfound is that the only issue you found wrong with it?
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    You shold uglify your bunde.js and minify your main.css
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    You should try to force GPU rendering on the menu hamburger with the 3d translate trick on mobile (it's laggy when I open the menu)
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    Getting torn apart here jeez. Lol I'll take it though. Anyone else want to find problems with my site?
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    @ryan-skinner what do you expect posting your site in a developer network?
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    It's detailed critique like this that prevents a possible client from seeing these bugs and not hiring you.

    This kind of free critique is priceless .

    Devs are awesome 💪
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    I love the recursion in your projects page.
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    Write your resume on the page. Why make me download it, it could be malware etc. better for your seo too.
    Also, look at your text contrast black on a dark background is hard to read.
    Hth.
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    Thanks guys, I should post my work on here more often lol. I gotta get to work on these bugs now 😅.
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    Also if you open the menu the current page should already be highlighted.
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    @shb743 then google can't read it either... Bad idea
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    @shb743 why? The website and online cv is to attract people to find out more about him and help him score a job / work. If he hides his info, or makes it difficult to get / use, it defeats the purpose of the website.
    It's like buying a phone, but keeping it switched off in case you get marketing calls...
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