Where can I get advice on the code (code review) for a beginner coder?

If a multiple - want to join in the frontend, I decided to start with the layout. Want to learn how to write websites, then more in-depth study of JS and a ton of frameworks in the bargain. Decided to practice Verstov all sorts of layouts of landing pages that are publicly available. To learn how to do it right, I think, need opinion from experienced person who would hit me with a couple of stones and told me where I'm wrong. If you ask this anywhere on the toaster or the stack (to throw a link to the github repository for example), this would be considered normal? Or for free is generally not good to ask?
June 14th 19 at 19:05
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June 14th 19 at 19:07
Ask it in the Toaster. Arrives dude who will look at your layout and comment on what he saw. Next, connect another, trying to destroy their first responding skills. Another flies up and begins to bend the line or takes sides.

In the end, all is well: battle is done, your work viewed, and you get what you need.
June 14th 19 at 19:09
Hire / Find a mentor. Freelance exchanges tons.
June 14th 19 at 19:11
1. Here spread. Someone will see:) Still have htmlforum.io
2. Google still get "checklist layout". Also useful will be given.

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