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JavaScript JavaScript Quickstart Data Types and Variables Store Information with Variables

I am having an issue completing the JS QuickStart class. I get an access error after the class on JS Variables.

Sorry i know the question is not tied to the class or the content explained in the class.

I receive an error "Bummer! You don't have access to this instruction." after completing the class on JS Variable.

I have tried logging in and out and even different browsers but I still keep getting the error.

Any help or guidance provided will be very helpful.

I see that too. it appears the video Common JavaScript Data Types is unavailable.

4 Answers

Guil Hernandez
STAFF
Guil Hernandez
Treehouse Teacher

Hi everyone. This is now fixed. I apologize for the inconvenience. :)
Common JavaScript Data Types

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,860 Points

Great! Does Kunal get the bug badge?

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,860 Points

It's not your browser, I get the same thing. It looks like a bug in the course.

I suggest you report it to the Support staff. If you're the first, you should get an "Exterminator" badge! :beetle:

As a side note "Common JavaScript Data Types" is in fact TEXT and not a video. Similar to this section:

https://teamtreehouse.com/library/-javascript-quickstart/data-types-and-variables/define-variables-with-let-and-const

Thank You KRIS. I was finally able to move ahead by skipping the Common JavaScript Data Types session and proceeding with the next one.

I hope it wll be okay for me here on completing the rest of the course in my track.

Also I hope the moderators and the content producers are aware and make note of this issue.