Responsive Web Design Projects Rules

Best regards.

I was doing the Responsive Web Design certification and had abandoned it. I am missing only the last project, but upon logging back in I saw that they changed the menu and curriculum for the certification.

I am only missing the last project and I remember that previously there was a page for each project where they explained the rules, user stories and so on. But I don’t remember precisely the rules.

I just entered to start the last project and I can’t find the rules of the project, only the user stories. I ask this because I remember that the projects had certain limitations in the use of tools/languages/etc.

So I would like to know if anyone has available the rules of these projects because I am interested in using Bootstrap or Tailwind for this project that I am missing, since I was studying this recently, I would like to practice it and I want to know if I can use it or not.

I don’t want to fall into any non-compliance that goes against the rules of FreeCodeCamp.

Hey there! I started the fcc responsive web design certification quite recently so I have no idea how much they changed their curriculum and interface in general but funny enough, I remember a few weeks ago I was looking for other repositories on github so I could get inspiration for my own Survey Form project and this one had a super long Read Me listing all the requirements FCC had set for the solo project.

I think this is what you are looking for, it was included in this person’s repo’s Read Me:

You can use HTML, JavaScript, and CSS to complete this project. Plain CSS is recommended because that is what the lessons have covered so far and you should get some practice with plain CSS. You can use Bootstrap or SASS if you choose. Additional technologies (just for example jQuery, React, Angular, or Vue) are not recommended for this project, and using them is at your own risk. Other projects will give you a chance to work with different technology stacks like React. We will accept and try to fix all issue reports that use the suggested technology stack for this project. Happy coding!

Yes, that’s exactly what I mean.

Thank you very much. Best of luck.