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JavaScript Interactive Web Pages with JavaScript Traversing and Manipulating the DOM with JavaScript Perform: Changing Classes

Kerstyn Comley
Kerstyn Comley
2,996 Points

Is there a workspace with the completed code?

The workspace provided is an empty template (for obvious reasons). Is it possible to get a completed version of this code for reference and review? It would be very useful.

2 Answers

Camilla Holst
Camilla Holst
8,876 Points

Sometimes you can download project files in the "downloads" tab at the bottom of the page :)

While I understand this comment is a year old, for anyone else who hasn't ventured outside Workspaces, the "Downloads" tab has both starter files as well as completed files.

The completed files are very useful as they help you get un-stuck.

Also, at this point in your journey, you should get comfortable with a real text editor like Sublime or Atom (with all the necessary plugins) since you won't be doing any real work in Workspaces once you're done with Treehouse.