Before watching the video at the start of the hackathon, none of us were aware of these laws protecting civilians from being targeted. As a result, we decided it required awareness to be spread to as many people as possible.

What it does

The site is mainly informational and it provides a quiz as well as areas of interest to begin exploring these humanitarian laws.

How we built it

We used the languages html, css, and JS to program this website. We also used Visual Studio Code Live Share to be able to collaborate in real-time.

Challenges we ran into

The quiz was one of the bigger problems. The text color would sporadically change as well as the options for answers not showing up. The navigation bar was also a large problem, we wanted to hit an equilibrium of appealing to the eye, as well as working as intended.

Accomplishments that we're proud of

This is our first ever hackathon, so we are proud to have even finished it. Although it isn't the greatest website, our lack of experience with Javascript leaves us satisfied with the final product.

What we learned

We learned a lot about the humanitarian laws, as well as the programming languages used in this project.

What's next for War and Humanity (Website)

We are planning on expanding the idea further. In the future we hope to reach the message farther.

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