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JavaScript Interactive Web Pages with JavaScript Traversing and Manipulating the DOM with JavaScript Modifying Elements

code challenge modify newParagraph

edit newParagraph.innerText = "Javascript is enabled"; what is wrong?

var body = document.body;
var newParagraph = document.createElement("p");
var pleaseEnableParagraph = document.querySelector("#please_enable");

// Add text to the new paragraph

edit newParagraph.innerText="JavaScript is enabled"; 

//Remove "Please Enable JavaScript" paragraph


//Append new paragaph to document

<!DOCTYPE html>
    <p id="please_enable">Please Enable JavaScript</p>

    <script src="app.js"></script>

4 Answers

Abe Layee
Abe Layee
8,378 Points

It should be innerHTML follow by a string.

newParagraph.innerHTML = " JavaScript is enabled";

Thank you.

Abe Layee
Abe Layee
8,378 Points

You're welcome:D

Abe Layee
Abe Layee
8,378 Points

Check this link out to see the difference between innerText and innerHTML. innerText method does not work in firefox. Stackoverflow