I am not being rude. I am laying out the cold hard facts for you. You have to know what you are doing before you do this, and you were not ready to do this, or you would have had the supplies needed. That is not rude, that is fact. You are bringing lives into this world, you have to be responsible for them. Rude would have been to say OMG YOU SHOULD NEVER EVER BREED CAUSE YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING LOL as you can see, I never said anything of the sort. I said you should have been prepared before you breed. Two different things. If you can't handle facts about the subject, well I don't even know what to tell you. You can not just up and decide, oh, I want to breed! I'm going to read a website or two on the subject, then I'll know what I need to and just wing the rest of it! Let me put these fish together and see how it turns out.... it just does not work that way.
When I decided I wanted to breed bettas, I read everything I could find, every different opinion I could, every method I could find, for close to a year. In that time I gathered up the supplies - the food, the tanks, the jars, the pairs. I knew, when I WANTED to breed that I was not ready. So I took my time and learned all I could. Then when I felt I was reasonably ready, I started the conditioning of the pair. Breeding takes time to learn, and the patience to take that time to learn.
I'm glad you got the eggs. Please read up more on the care of raising spawns - the learning never ends. There is always new research coming up, new techniques, new tricks someone has found.
Please don't make the mistake like so many others do on this forum of mistaking someone with experience trying to give you good solid advice, for being rude.