Follow the instructions in this repository to submit a description about yourself.
This is how you'll be submitting a lot of your homework in this course so please let us know if you have any challenges with doing it.
To apply for this course you had to complete a website using what you've learnt so far. Let's save it to Github so we can look at it in a few months and see how much you've learnt!
Find your website that you made on CodePen and follow the instructions here
When you've completed this step you should a
zip file downloaded somewhere on your computer.
When you've downloaded the
.zip file you should unzip it to see all your files.
Make sure you put the folder in a place that you can remember.
Not sure how to do this? You can find instructions here:
Make a fork of the repository to your Github Profile and clone it to your computer.
You'll be using this forked version to host your website.
Copy your the files that you've unzipped to the repository folder for your website.
You can find this folder by clicking
Show in Explorer in Github Desktop.
Next, you should use Github and Github Desktop to upload your website to your Github Profile.
If you get stuck, make sure to check this weeks lesson to see what we covered.
When you've complete this correctly your repository should look something like this
Get Stuck? Any Questions? Ask on Slack.
In this repository you will find instructions of how to help my child with his homework
Follow the instructions to complete this homework!
Now that you've helped him with his homework we want you to mark other peoples homework from your class. Giving feedback is an important way to help you grow!
Again, go to this repository and go to the "Pull Requests" tab.
Here you will find all of your Classmates answers to the homework.
- Choose two pull requests with no, or few, comments.
- Leave comments on any of the questions you think they have got wrong. Not sure if their answer is right? Ask them to check it and confirm.
- Leave a comment saying you have finished your review.
You should do this for at least two pull requests.
Not sure on the answers? See here: https://github.com/CodeYourFuture/GitHomeworkFixErrors/pull/1