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JavaScript Object-Oriented JavaScript (2015) Constructor Functions and Prototypes Making the UI Work

Juan García
Juan García
10,721 Points

Only the first song instance is displayed

Here's my snapshot:


I suspect there must be something wrong with the Playlist.prototype.renderInElement function, but after racking my brain I can't come up with a solution.

Any ideas?

Also the buttons don't work either! I'm not sure whether this is related to the previous problem.


2 Answers

Roberto Alicata
Roberto Alicata
Courses Plus Student 39,959 Points

You are right, the problem is in the Playlist.prototype.renderInElement function

you forgot to make a concatenation for the list.innerHTML ( add a plus sign before the equal sign)

list.innerHTML += this.songs[i].toHTML();
Juan García
Juan García
10,721 Points

Thanks for the quick reply Roberto!

Indeed, that solved it. I also found why the buttons didn't work, in the htmlString in the Song.prototype.toHTML I forgot a space at the beginning of ' class="current', so the string it created was


Thanks again!