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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Hello, JavaScript! JavaScript Challenge Solution

Caleb Tripp
Caleb Tripp
2,298 Points

Boom! text coloring.

Everything is running perfectly like I want it, and I am getting all the right messages/actions. The only issue I seem to be having is that my Boom! and emojis are coming up as white text and outline. I did not touch the code that was set in the tutorial. Is this a browser setting or could I have done something in the code to change this? (I am using Mircrosoft Edge, but did download Chrome to try it and got the same results.)

1 Answer

James Albert
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James Albert
Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 14,089 Points

It seems to be a browser issue. I tried running the code in Chrome, but the h1 heading didn't show and the Boom flames had no color. The code worked fine when I ran it in Firefox.