# Can i get some feedback, please? :)

Hi, I finished the two websites.

Anakin-1:https://codepen.io/lucafesus/pen/VwvaGBK I didn't manage to position “ to the top left corner in blockquote, there always remained some space between this element and the top.

Anakin-2: https://codepen.io/lucafesus/pen/dyYp... I couldn't change the size of font of the lists, onyl if I typed < li style="font-size: x"> in the html, which is not so elegant. What are there better solutions for making list font-size the same with the font size of the paragraph (like at the first section) or smaller than the font size of the paragraph (like in the last two sections)?

I fixed the navigator panel to the top, and I didn't manage to set, that if I click on one of the navigations, the section it jumps to, would start right below the navigator panel. The blockquote gets above, the main text under the navigation. Even settin margin-top for every section did not help.

I really appreciate if you can give answers, but its also fine if not, I just wanted to indicate the points I had problem with. Thank you for course, I really enjoy it! Luca

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Hi there! Anakin-1 quotation mark: you can give negative values too to the top property ;) and I cannot open the second codepen, something is wrong with the url - can you pls update?

( 2020-04-21 17:19:55 -0500 )edit

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What Bea suggested can be a solution for the first problem, but it happens because you have a padding on the blockqoute.

You can change the font like that, but remember the styles can override each other. Font size is a property that's inherited from the container elements and a rule that has the same level of specificity can override it if it comes later in the CSS. So either put your li font size change rule at the end of your CSS or have a little more specific selector for it like: .list li (if you have a .list class on your ul.

But I've tried it out and now if you remove the style attribute the font size is set by your CSS rule.

The last one is also a bit tricky. By default positioned items will be on top of anything else so if you only position the header it'll be fine. Then for the elements that have the same setting (positioned or not) the order in HTML will tell which should be on top by default. Whatever comes later will be on top. You can change that with the z-index property in CSS, probably just a z-index: 1; on the header will fix this :)

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