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Nuno Martins
Nuno Martins
5,512 Points

It's doing nothing for me, both on workspace and preview

Basic and Multiple Line Strings episode from Getting Started With ES2015

here's a snapshot from the workspaces: https://w.trhou.se/3uitavrkgm

1 Answer

Hi, try this code:

const fruitList = 
  "<ul>" +
    "<li>Kiwi</li>" +
    "<li>Lime</li>" +
    "<li>Pineapple</li>" +

const vegetableList = `
//Do not forget to use innerHTML to have the lists visible 

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