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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Introducing JavaScript Review Introducing JavaScript

Yemaya Re
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Yemaya Re
Courses Plus Student 1,922 Points

"Fill in the blank to write a message to web browser".../can they be more specific??

I wrote console.log... and apparently I'm wrong...there are a few ways to write a message to the browser...what do they mean...document.write...alert("<h1>...")... they need to be mmore specific with this question. Thanks

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Valeshan Naidoo
Valeshan Naidoo
27,007 Points

document.write is the correct answer. Web browser is the window that the user views. The alert function isn't writing a message on the browser, it's popping up an alert box. The console.log prints a message on the console, but not on the web browser window.

Yemaya Re
Yemaya Re
Courses Plus Student 1,922 Points

Ahh I see. Thank you because I was a little confused!