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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Storing and Tracking Information with Variables The Variable Challenge

Peter Retvari
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Peter Retvari
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 8,392 Points

Hi Guys, I finished the variable challenge, however I have a designer issue :)

My browser(Safari or Chrome) sometimes doesn't load/display my last picture (which is a gif about a monkey ? ? ? ). It's in the html section right after the usual JS part: <script src="story.js"></script>.

Here you can find my whole work: https://w.trhou.se/dkkmyafyws

I would really appreciate your earliest help.

Many thanks ?

Adam Beer
Adam Beer
11,306 Points

You're on the right track! Maybe the problem is in the gif file, I don't know. Try it with another browser or another gif file. When you write the code try to pay attention the clean code. In other words, write a separate js file for each, just refer to them on the html page.

Csinos igy elso minimini appnak :) Csak igy tovabb!

Peter Retvari
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Peter Retvari
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 8,392 Points

Thanks Adam for your quick help, you helped a lot, specially with "Csinos igy elso minimini appnak :) Csak igy tovabb!" :)

Koszi, igyekszem :) ?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
210,850 Points

It works OK for me. You might try downloading the image and then uploading it into your workspace and hosting it yourself.