I am sounding a bit stupid but I think I couldn’t find section where freecodecamp was allowing you to apply your own code of responsive website it was called some thing like your space.
I don’t even remember if there was a section like this
please help me find it , want to apply what I have learned so far.
That would be neat. I’ve been a student here for a while, don’t remember seeing that. Hopefully someone familiar with such a thing can chime in.
Up until their new responsive web design course, cert projects were completed on CodePen. CodePen is a good place to flex your talents as the page updates as you type, so you get instant feedback rather than having to refreshing a webserver or site. Also, if you are signed up for Github, you get a free github page… the URL will be like
https://<username>.github.io/, and its nice because its more of a traditionally hosted page, but you just store your files in the github repo, and its hosted directly from there.
Hope you find what you’re looking for.
Thanks that was really helpful
Github lets you make one webpage for free. I feel like when you are beginning it is helpful to get comfortable with a code editor outside of the fcc platform. I use VS code. Also, you can get comfortable using github with your vs code for learning version control. If you upload your code to github, you can use a site like Netlify to create free webpages. The https from these sites can be used to submit projects to fcc. I hpe this helps