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Any idea why this isn't working on windows 8.1? I know how to write HTML and CSS and but java isnt working for me
So I know how to write HTML and CSS and a little bit of Java but with Eclipse, When I try to write the consol.log commands with text edit and have it saved as a .js file it doesn't work like it is shown in this video. Instead I get an Error message I've tried adding a space with consol.log ("hello World"); and it doesn't work.. Does this not work on windows? should I be using something else? I'm getting pretty frustrated that everyone seems to be using macs but I cannot afford a mac so I'm doing it with windows 8.1 and I feel like I'm doing something wrong or I'm not using the right tools which he doesn't really explain what to use...
You got a few errors. Here are fixed versions with a few comments
HTML document: <!--- Notice how theres no wrapping <p> tag around the HTML document --> <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <Head> <title> Introduction to programming</title> <!-- you don't need the comma after the file name --> <script src="myscript.js"></script> </head> <body> <h1>Introduction to programming</h1> <h2>with Javasctipt</h2> </body> </html> JS Document (myscript.js) //notice how you spelled console.log as consol.log, you forgot the e console.log("hello from myscript.js"); console.log("Hello again!");