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JavaScript Build a Simple Dynamic Site with Node.js HTTP Methods and Headers Dealing with the POST Body

Julianna Kahn
Julianna Kahn
20,701 Points

I keep getting: Error: Cannot find module 'queryString'

My require statement is in there so I don't know what might be happening. But I also just launched the tutorial workspace and the same message appears.

https://w.trhou.se/x0mnnjy4bb

1 Answer

Julianna Kahn
Julianna Kahn
20,701 Points

Actually, I did resolve that issue. I needed to require(querystring) instead of queryString. The site has now been created. The only thing is that when I search a treehouse member, the site goes away. I now get the error: response.writeHead(303, {"Location": "/" + username});

Thanks for your response.

Hopefully this works: https://w.trhou.se/14987ko4gg