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Lesson 11 - Finishing

In the previous lesson, Continuing with the menu, we finished styling the website and the menu. So let's make the individual website parts move.

For this article, I will assume that you already have experience with JavaScript and its jQuery library. Otherwise, I recommend checking out the JavaScript section and study the topic a little bit.

Circles - creating and highlighting

The circles should move us across the current page and indicate our position at the same time. They should also be created automatically, specifically for the current page.

We want to refer to the header and also to all the articles - so the main header and the main section article. These elements must, of course, have an ID that will clearly define the element and help us determine its position to be able to scroll at it.

Let's move to the menu, where our circles are rendered


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In this lesson, we'll finally finish the whole website! We'll play with JavaScript and add animations, which will be fun! :)

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