I did the following thanks to the advice of a friend:
You must have an account on github.com, then you must have git installed on your PC.
A folder for example SEARCH that contains all the project files.
Then you must enter the GIT BASH
Move inside the SEARCH folder and execute the following commands:
git remote add origin https://github.com/...
I'm a big believer in command line, so this might not be the easiest way, but should work reliably.
As I am not taking the same class, I did something to quickly replicate. As you seem to not be using submit50, I also won't.
You might have done some parts already. I'm starting in my "freestyle" directory where I test out things and have no important files, ...
Once I got past reading "TODO" as a placeholder, and realized it was literal (mow the lawn, do laundry, eat more fiber) things got easier. Doh!
I think the purpose of this project is two-fold:
Write a "single-page application"
Basically, DOM manipulation means changing ...
Had same problem and took me ages, but finaly found it! When completing a search with 'I'm feeling Lucky' have the Developers Tools open. In particular look at the Network and inspect the url and the tab on the left (Headers). Look for 'iflsig' parameter and it's value. In this case I've also used input type 'hidden'. I hope this leads you on the right path ...
CS50W does not use cs50.me so you shouldn't expect to see it there. Is there something in the course information/materials that mentions using cs50.me? If so, can you let us know where so we can remove that? I'm guessing you assumed it did since CS50x does?
CS50W has no formal grading. If you are going for a verified certificate, you are required to ...
I'm not familiar with align-items (and, like a lot of CSS, it makes my head itch). And the Examples on the MDN doc page don't show any difference among 'center', 'right' and 'left'. I do know that text-align positions text within an element. Perhaps try float to "align" the element.
Well, the HTML and CSS you will find by viewing the source code might be a bit difficult to search through to find the useful bits because of the sheer complexity of it all, but if you can, you are welcome to as long as it is not a direct copy.
CS50W's projects are all graded by real people, and these people will most probably have enough expertise to tell ...
To make an I'm feeling lucky button, use this code
<input value="I'm Feeling Lucky" aria-label="I'm Feeling Lucky" id="lucky" name="btnI" type="submit" data-ved="0ahUKEwiNm6S0jYLrAhXslnIEHYv2B30QnRsIDg">