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jQuery - hide() isn't functioning!
I added this line of code :- " jQuery(".warning").hide(); " to app.js in the workspace, but it fails to hide the 'warning' (It's a Trap).
//Here is the HTML file (index.html)
It worked!! (without any changes)
Ankit Prasad1,677 Points
I was running into the same issue, but pressing doing a hard refresh (by pressing Shift + refresh button in Chrome) fixed it.
Jeffrey Eng2,555 Points
Looks like the Treehouse workspace text editor doesn't like single-quotes around the
.warning class . I had previously wrote the code
$('.warning').hide(); with single-quotes, then replaced the single-quotes with double-quotes and it worked. Go figure...
works in chrome for me