Hi there!

I was trying my hand at the Fotomatic project and noticed something… then submitted a bug report as follows:

"I humbly suggest a review of this project, comparing the design specs, the solution code, and the working version of the final product (especially these last two), as there seems to be quite a few differences.

Just to be sure, I copied/pasted the CSS from the solution and then inspected the different screen sizes in Chrome DevTools, and the result is different from the specs.

I was really enjoying this project, but the inconsistencies confused me more than helped. Please forgive me if this a result of my limited perception as a newbie :)"

Then I came here to the forums to see if the mistake was mine. Turns out there’s a 2020 post about this, i.e. no answer was provided by Codecademy for this issue, for two years now…

I get mistakes are made by everyone, don’t get me wrong. But it’s quite frustrating to attempt a project with these many inconsistencies in the solution. Also, it would be nice if we could track our bug reports to see if/when they’re examined, so to avoid persisting problems like this one.


I’ve moved this into the #community:codecademy-bug-reporting section of the forums as that’s the most appropriate category. It looks like it was reported back then too, but hopefully moving it into that category will bring a little attention to it now as well.


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Thank you! Now I’ll post bug-related content in the right spot.

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Noted. I’ve submitted a bug report through the link you listed. Thanks for the help!

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