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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Introducing JavaScript Your First JavaScript Program

Abz Man
Abz Man
6,702 Points

I do not understand how to do this part?

what do I do exactly?

  <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
  <title>JavaScript Basics</title>


< SCRIPT document.write>
// ("Welcome to my site");

</SCRIPT doucment.write>
// ("welcome to my site");

1 Answer

Jeremy Lapine
Jeremy Lapine
15,247 Points

You placed document.write in the wrong place. When they said to place it in the <script> tag they meant in between the opening and closing script tag, not inside the tag itself.

  document.write('Welcome to my site');

Adding something inside the tag itself should be reserved for attributes of that tag, like if you wanted to link to an external JavaScript file. Example:

<script src="external-file.js"></script>

I hope that helps.

Abz Man
Abz Man
6,702 Points

OHHHH, I understand now. thank you very much.