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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Working with Strings Combine Strings and Template Literals Review

const headline = '<h1>A Literal Headline</h1> ';

const headline = '<h1>A Literal Headline</h1> ';

2 Answers

Austin Whipple
Austin Whipple
29,686 Points

What you've got in your question and comment/answer appear to be single quotes (') and not back ticks (`). They look very similar, but do very different things in JavaScript!

const headline = '<h1>A Literal Headline</h1> ';

I believe that I need backticks but I must have it wrong as a bummer message keeps popping up.