Starting the Responsive Web Design Projects

It took me a few months to get through all the projects because of some life situations beyond my control. I’m excited and anxious to finally start some project based learning. Just wondering if there are any tips or suggestions. After this I plan on getting right into the Java courses but I’m hoping I may have enough knowledge to do a little HTML & CSS freelancing while continuing to study. I can’t thank FCC enough. This place has been a huge benefit and learning resource for someone like me who doesn’t have the money for bootcamps and paid courses. I’m in the middle of a career change and I really hope this works out. I know this is just the beginning/crawl phase but I do feel somewhat accomplished for making it to this point. And the support has been amazing! Thanks!


Follow the user stories and implement them one at a time. Do as much as you can with just HTML before you start styling.
Keep the FCC provided test script and use it to ensure the user stories are passing. If a test fails, click the red button to see why it failed. Read more than just the first line of the failing test as the rest of the message tells you what the test was looking for and gives help on how to correct it.

If you have a problem be sure and do some research to see if you can resolve it.
If research does not help, come back to the forum and ask for help. Be clear as to what the issue is and what you’ve attempted to correct it. The user community is very helpful.

Just to be clear, FCC’s next course after Responsive Web Design is JavaScript. Java is a different language.

Have fun with the projects. Happy coding!

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