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Raphael Reiter6,820 Points
Code doesnt work
I am writing the same line of code.
I have deleted all my history, I have tried on different browsers for the last 45 minutes. This is so annoying!! it is not working at all !!!
these two lines do nothing...
Michal Weizman14,050 Points
Hi Raphael, I don't see anything wrong with the first line of code. However, the second is missing Quotation Marks like so:
I hope this helped.
Been thwarted by this too. Not encouraging as it's the first lesson and no response from TreeHouse for over two weeks...
Jacob Neulight1,099 Points
It works for me only after refreshing the page. Simply clicking the preview button isn't enough. Your also might need to tell your adblocking to add an exception for Treehouse's site.
Aniko Hegedus6,082 Points
The workspace doesn't work for me either. :( It just opens a blank page no matter what I try.
Michael Kalmykov8,918 Points
Doesn't work for me either out of workspace, but same code works fine out of my own local set up. I think there is a bug with workspace where JS isn't initializing, console shows no errors when i inspect from chrome
For me the problem was simply that I did not add the second and closing quotation mark in the alert() statement.