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Kyle Rosse11,857 Points
I don't think this was covered in the video I just watched. It had me doing stuff in a specific .js document, and now I keep getting syntax errors
Trevor Austin8,153 Points
Hey Kyle, You are pushing a string to the write() function. Since this is a string, make sure to include quotes like so:
document.write("<h1>Welcome to my site.</h1>")
Remember can always test code like this in the browser Console :)