You can do this very easily in cyber-dojo. Prepare your files in a regular cyber-dojo. When you think you have your files how you want them, click the "test" button. If everything is as expected make a note of...
- the cyber-dojo's 10 character id (from the URL); suppose it is 58E4486EE2
- the animal; in this case the panda
- the last traffic light's number; in this case 10
Click the fork button. This will create a new cyber-dojo with its own id, whose starting files are taken from panda's 10th traffic light. A dialog box will appear telling you the new cyber-dojo's id.
Creating a link for other people to fork your starting pointNow, in this example 750D53 is a new empty cyber-dojo which has no users or changes in it yet. As you use it changes to it will accumulate. Eventually you will run out of animals with which to enter. In other words, like all cyber-dojos, it's good for one practice session only.
This begs the question, is there a way to share a starting point which will be pristine every time? The answer is yes, there is.
750D53 was creating by forking from the panda's 10th traffic-light in the cyber-dojo with id 58E4486EE2. The following URL will create of a new forked cyber-dojo with its own ID, by forking from the panda's 10th traffic light of cyber-dojo 58E4486EE2.
<a href="http://cyber-dojo.org/forker/fork/58E4486EE2?avatar=panda&tag=10" target="_blank">Start a new cyber-dojo from my awesome starting point</a>
You can now share this on a web page (for example).