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I get two errors - uncaught syntax and failed to load resource 404.

The code I used is below - I did have another workspace that I deleted because I wasn't getting ANY errors at first. When I started over I got two errors. How can I fix and get one error? Thanks in advance.

alert("Hello World");
console.log("Hello from the console.";
alert("Thanks for visiting.");
document.rite("<h1> Welcome to my webpage. </h1>");

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,094 Points

The 2nd line is missing a closing parenthesis between the last quote mark and the semicolon.

The last line has "write" misspelled (missing the "w").

This is the challenge where the code was supposed to be wrong to produce an error. When I wrote it, it produced the error and the failed to load resource error. I'm wondering why I got the second error.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,094 Points

You forgot to provide a link to the challenge, but if you do, I'll try it myself and see what's up.

For future reference, take a look at this video about Posting a Question.