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Code Challenge: Including JQuery in our Project

I have mentioned this problem before and I still can't figure out why my code is wrong. Please can someone post the correct code for me. And also, here is my for challenge task 3, as that is where it told me that task 2 wasn't passing:


4 Answers

Try this;


I tried that and it worked for task 3 but it told me to go to task 2 when I entered the code for task 4. This is my code for task 4:


Oh, i see...

You're missing a small bit of code in your function.

$('#message').hide(); $('#message').show('slow') $('.removable').click(function() { // Action when clicked });

It's a bit tricky, but have a look at the jQuery docs for more information about this: http://api.jquery.com/click/

Thank you for your help

Why is it that in the video they are calling the id through the use of '.' as in $(".order_form") and in the challenge when I use $(".message") its telling me that I'm not calling id correctly? When I switch the '.' to a '#', I was good to go.

never mind. I missed the part about classes being called with a "." and an id being called with "#".