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Subscription form added to my Portfolio Prototype.
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LeviathanCoding (319)

I just added a subscription form into my portfolio so now you can subscribe to me.

Why should I subscribe?
If you want me to email you weekly about my challenges in coding, new project spoilers, and more, feel free to subscribe!

Also, if you would like, offer some feedback on my portfolio.

Don't forget to view this website in full page view!
https://leviathan-programming.cf

If you like my portfolio, don't forget to tweet it, share it, or subscribe.

Thanks for reading!
Happy Coding!

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FloCal35 (501)

1000% best profile on repl.it

edit: excuse me, replit.com
EpicGamer007 (1626)

May I ask, how did you create the logo? It looks really good! Did you draw it yourself or did you use some sort of online tool?

LeviathanCoding (319)

@EpicGamer007 , I used an online SVG tool to convert the dragon png to an svg and then used css to animate it.

Hyderite (1)

Bro, the website is epic! Now I feel like mine is trash lol

LeviathanCoding (319)

@Hyderite , it comes with time. I was coding for four years.

LeviathanCoding (319)

@Hyderite, If you tried and couldn't subscribe, I fixed that bug now.

Whippingdot (572)

bruh you shud've just shared ur website, it is FIRE DOPE AWESOME AMAZING AAAAAA

LeviathanCoding (319)

@Whippingdot , If you tried and couldn't subscribe, I fixed that bug now.

IntellectualGuy (702)

How did you do those animations, I love them!!!

LeviathanCoding (319)

@IntellectualGuy , it's P5.js for the background and SVG+CSS for the dragon

EpicGamer007 (1626)

Ignore the subscription thing, wow! This is an amazing website! How did you get the loading between going to different pages?

EpicGamer007 (1626)

Also, I see you have a github stats, thing, check out this: https://replit.com/talk/share/Profile-statistics-image-generator/125269

this is kind of like the github stats thing but for replit! Adding this might be cool ;)

LeviathanCoding (319)

@EpicGamer007 , I use document.documentElement.onload and window.onload in DOM. When the documentElement loads, I will display the loading screen and when the window loads, I'll hide it. That's a lesser-known trick I've figured out.

LeviathanCoding (319)

@EpicGamer007 , If you tried and couldn't subscribe, I fixed that bug now.