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Carlos Lopez8,483 Points
What do I have to type here to have "Welcome to my Site" display?
Steven Parker211,091 Points
You've got most of the answer in your question. The title, "document.write", is the name of the function to call; and "Welcome to my Site" is the argument you will pass in parentheses after the function name. A semicolon afterwards is optional, but good practice:
document.write("Welcome to my site");