Okay, for your first time you may just want to use something like CodePen.
The lesson links to a CodePen project to reference to get a sense of the site functionality. Take a look at that, but don’t copy it. Then I would suggest creating a CodePen account (if you don’t already have one) and start a new Pen. Then just start implementing code to satisfy the user stories listed.
For exampe, the first user story is:
User Story #1: My tribute page should have an element with a corresponding id="main", which contains all other elements.
So go ahead and, in the HTML pane of the Pen, create your element that will contain the other elements on the page and give it the
Then move on to implementing code to satisfy the second user story, and so on until all user stories are complete and you’re passing all tests.
You don’t have to worry about styling up front, in fact that is the way I would recommend. Focus on the HTML structure first and get all the “bones” and content in place to pass the tests. Once you’re passing all tests you can begin adding styling and additional elements if needed. And you can run the tests after each change if needed to make sure you haven’t broken anything.
You got this!