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JavaScript JavaScript and the DOM (Retiring) Making Changes to the DOM Getting and Setting Text with textContent and innerHTML

Not working, is it my computer?

I tried all of the coding things and none of it works, I copy it exactly and checked multiple times if the code matched. Any other reason why this isn't working? Help me, please.

Mark Casavantes
Mark Casavantes
2,880 Points

Hello Edelweiss,

I use codepen.io to work on my code. If you have an error, you will see a red circle with an exclamation point inside. Click on the red circle and it will tell you the line and space of your error. Codepen.io is free and it works on HTML, CSS and Javascript.

I hope this helps you.

1 Answer

Emily Venturino
Emily Venturino
1,288 Points

Can you give an example of the question asked, and what code you submitted that isn't working?