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Kevin Smothers1,269 Points
No matter how many times I save and verify the scripts.js in this tut, it still renders the errored version.
I modified the file to have the following....
alert("hello there"); document.write("No it works!");
but no matter how many times I save it in your text editor, it renders the unedited demo file in the browser.
Hey Kevin Smothers,
I was on another user's question and was watching the video back, saw your question, and forgot that I had originally commented on it asking you to post your code lol I see now that you edited your question to include your code. The problem with just editing your question, though, instead of posting a comment to the question (or answer), is that no one is updated whenever you edit your question/answer/comment. We're only updated when another user (including yourself) posts a comment/answer in the thread.
If you haven't fixed this yet, I would try to delete your cache and then reload the web page. Your code looks fine, so it's likely a problem with the cache.
Jared Lenover2,120 Points
I had the same problem. I refreshed the tab in my browser where the results were appearing. That fixed it. :)