After commiting changes and editing for continuously four hours, I finally finished my GitHub Profile and... It's looking amazing 🤩 now.
I am not a creative person, but now I can say that I have something to show which I am proud 😎 of too.. Have a look 👇
(Open it in a new a tab ↗ )
I am a passionate Open Source Developer, who commits code at night and merges it in day. The only goal of my life is to fulfill my intellectual desire by reading, writing, twitting, teaching and making friends. I have a high interest in Mathematics, Physics, Algorithms, Economics and GeoPolitics.
I love to help others, so you can always reach out to me on Twitter @hyedrdev.
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Isn't it looking interactive and creative. I know... Don't thank me now 😁.
We call some element
Interactive on our web page, which can response to our actions. For example
- Redirecting to another page after clicking the social media icons.
- Automatically updating latest list of blog on the page
and etc.. Here on my GitHub Profile there are 4 components that makes it interactive.
- 🖼 Banner
- 🔗 Social media icons with link
- 📝 List of my latest blog (which updated automatically)
- 🤪 The Living Emoji ❗
Today, In this article I will guide you how can also use such living emoji's in your GitHub Readme profiles/files. So Save this post right now.
For embedding images markdown allows two ways
- Using Markdown Syntax
- Using HTML Syntax
<img src"image-address.png" align="center"/>
Here we are using the second method to embed our emojis. But.. Why the second method ?
Using second method GitHub allows us to do modification in the images (our emoji is an image). Like aligning the emoji using
align tag. Fixing the size of emoji using
This will help to you to add emoji according to your way.
I have made it simple for you, so that you can easily embed these emoji to you GitHub readme profile. All you need to do is to follow the below steps:
STEP 1: Copy and paste the below syntax to your Markdown file
<img src"https://raw.githubusercontent.com/heydrdev/devtools/main/emojis/telegram/<emoji-tag>.gif height="30" width="30" align="center" />
STEP 2: Replace
<emoji-tag> with your preffered
emoji-tag of choice form the ** below table**.
STEP 3: Paste your profile in the comments to show of to the community 😂
🚨 Attention: Some of the emojis may look big, because it's not rendered properly by the DEV.
🚨 When using in you GitHub profile, you can adjust the size using
🚀 These just few... for more visit
- Dev Tools by Dr Dev
- Save This DEV.TO post
🔖 You can save this project and Thank me now 🤣.
🤔 Let me know, what you think about.
🔥 Don't forget to follow me on GitHub @heydrdev. I going to start some really awesome projects so stay tuned 🔔.