JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Simplify Repetitive Tasks with Loops For Loops

Aditya Shah
PRO
Aditya Shah
Pro Student 776 Points

Extra two weird circles appearing at end

The script doesn't run when I call the script using src, but when I paste the script directly into index.html, it works. However, at the end of the file, two random circles load at the end, and it looks like this:

<div id="lo-engage-ext-container"><div data-reactroot=""></div></div>

When I remove this using the Chrome debug tools, the extra random circles at the end go away.

Here's an image: https://cdn2.hubspot.net/hubfs/745928/Screen%20Shot%202017-12-24%20at%205.19.56%20PM.png

Here's another image of the HTML and image side-by-side: https://cdn2.hubspot.net/hubfs/745928/Screen%20Shot%202017-12-24%20at%205.16.55%20PM.png

How do I stop that last div from running?

Here's my code: https://w.trhou.se/9guyjfd7zq

Matthew Long
Matthew Long
28,356 Points

Did you change the CSS or HTML differently than in the videos? I'm not sure what could be causing the issue. But if you created a snapshot, of your workspace, I could give you a better answer.

2 Answers

Jessica Foster
Jessica Foster
6,950 Points

I get one extra circle without a number. It's caused by a Chrome extension called Snagit I use for taking screenshots:

<div id="techsmith-snagitchrome-extension"></div>

I've loaded the code into my separated text editor and found no weird circles. That may be some weird errors.