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Do I have to implement any changes after the competition?
If your creation wins, you are obliged to make technical corrections and improvements. If your work is 100% correct (technically speaking) you do not need to do any corrections. After the contest, you do not have to make any artistic/aesthetic corrections.
There is an exception, in case your creation contains paid elements. You get 50% of prize first, and after you have paid for materials and made the creation complete, you will get the remaining 50% of your the prize. The process is the same in the case of website with subpages, where you still need to finish a few of them. You will get the remaining prize when you finalize your work.

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