Why can't I see my projects?

Why can't I see my projects?
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#1

I’m new here, so maybe this is a stupid question. Thank you for your patience:

I went through and finished the five JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures Projects. They are all checked in the curriculum. But on the front page it says I have finished zero projects, why is this??

Is it because I didn’t do the preceding lessons?


#2

Hi @rydbert,

To get the certificate and finish projects:

1- Click on your profile picture
profile
2- Scroll down with your mouse and find Academic Honesty Policy you should read it and accept it to get the certificate.
Bolicy

Hope this help you, good luck my friend.

Regards,
Ali Mosaad


#3

Thank you @ali-admin for taking the time to respond.

However, I already did accept the Academic Honesty Policy. The settings page clearly says “You have accepted our Academic Honesty Policy.”

I also did change the setting to make certifications public, but didn’t get a certification either, which maybe I’m also supposed to have gotten. But the coding challenges seem to be counted.


#4

Good luck @rydbert and have a happy coding :slight_smile:


#5

There should be a section for each certificate on your settings page. Right now I believe that the button to claim the certificates is not working properly.


#6

Thanks for your input. I don’t see any button or section like that in the Settings.

And, either way, I don’t know if such a button would work as it still says I have finished 0 projects.


#7

Hello again,

I hoped that waiting a little bit might solve the problem. Now, on my page there are things to allow me to complete my projects, which I don’t recall being there before, so I guess that’s progress.

The Javascript projects all have buttons to “Complete Project”. However, the buttons don’t work as I just get an empty page with an error message that says “Sorry, we couldn’t find a page for that address.”

So, I still cannot finish my projects, and I still don’t know what to do about this. The projects are still checkmarked in my curriculum. I would really appreciate if anyone could help out with this.


#8

did you find the answer ? i am having this problem myself ?


#9

I think it’s an issue with the FCC codebase. Here’s my clunky workaround for this project.

  1. Click your user icon in the upper right-hand corner.
  2. Click “Show me my public portfolio”
    • This should take you to www.freecodecamp.org/<yourUsernameHere>
    • Because this page has to show you the dates on which you completed a solution to all the challenges, I believe it’s this page that polls FCC’s internal database and updates the FCC application’s state.
  3. Click the “Curriculum” link in the upper-right hand corner.

You could probably just go straight to your profile by typing in the URL, but this is a 3-mouse-click process that corrects the error, so it’s not a bad workaround until it gets fixed.