I wanted to build a web app where people can have fun, which is like a game, it is why I built this...

What it does

Find your way is a website which anyone can access as long as they have an internet connection and a suitable device. At Find Your Way you find challenging steps which you need to pass... It all starts with a black and white start page, the first challenge is to find the NEXT button which is completely black and is placed in a black background. It's difficult, but if you have a good tech knowledge and if you are intelligent you can find tips and find the NEXT button. After that too you get several steps which are different from each other that you need to pass... To understand it you must try it out... It's fun, you will understand how stupid you are or realize how intelligent you are if you pass the whole game without a single failure.... Remember Getting LOL's mean you Fail... Even at the last moment you find challenges... Most people won't be able to pass this successfully, try whether you can... Also there is a surprising end.

How I built it

First I got a domain from, then I used infinity free hosting for my website. First I created the questions and made the algorithm for the age guessing feature. Then I coded the website using html and CSS. After that I added the files using Filezilla and also used CloudFlare to secure my website.

Challenges I ran into

I ran into trouble doing some CSS. I included the style element within the html and did most of the design as there was an issue with most of the CSS...

Accomplishments that I'm proud of

I am proud of successfully building this website. Also something that I am proud of is the comments I got from my friends, they were really interested in this website. (They weren't in any other project I did).

What I learned

I learned some coding tips and few animation effects.

What's next for Find Your Way

I will be building a mobile app for find your way too, and I've got to add many more steps and challenges to Find Your Way.

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