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'$document' is not defined error.
I am getting this error when I am starting to write some Java Script in one of my own projects.
Steven Parker220,378 Points
There is no standard pre-defined value named "$document". Perhaps you are thinking of "document" (with no "$")?
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Yup idk how I came up with that I was supposed to type document.type(); lol