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chris salvi7,584 Points
challenge question on adding if/else erb statement
<div class="status"> <% if user_signed_in? %> <span class="message">You are signed in.</span> <% else %> <span class="message">You are NOT signed in.</span> </div>
What am I doing wrong here? says that both outputs are being printed despite my if/else statement....
Where's did the
<% end %>
I got stuck on this once because I was used to CoffeeScript, so you're not the only one.
This forum post was NOT helpful!
It only confused me..
I had to go looking on Answer 1 of this stackoverflow thread to get a clue: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14335130/if-user-signed-in-puts-some-text-devise