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JavaScript One Solution

The browser didn't show anything

I completed the exercise, the I mede a few corrections on my code based on de second video, but the browser didn't show anything. I had a similar problem with the workspace at the course, and the problem was the first list. I don't know if the problem is the list, the fact that I'm using workspaces instead of React or maybe an other reason.

at this very moment my code is exactly the same as the teacher's code

The console show me this problem: babel.min.js:7 Uncaught SyntaxError: http://port-80-tmqiro9syd.treehouse-app.com/app.js: Expected corresponding JSX closing tag for <img> (78:8) 76 | <div> 77 | <img src={props.url} alt={props.name}>

78 | </div> | ^ 79 | <h2>{props.name}</h2> 80 | <p>{props.desc}</p> 81 | <h3>Planet Profile</h3> at t.J.raise (babel.min.js:7) at t.ge.jsxParseElementAt (babel.min.js:8) at t.ge.jsxParseElementAt (babel.min.js:8) at t.ge.jsxParseElementAt (babel.min.js:8) at t.ge.jsxParseElement (babel.min.js:8) at t.parseExprAtom (babel.min.js:8) at te.parseExprSubscripts (babel.min.js:6) at te.parseMaybeUnary (babel.min.js:6) at te.parseExprOps (babel.min.js:6) at te.parseMaybeConditional (babel.min.js:6)

1 Answer

Martin Sole
Martin Sole
82,199 Points


Going on the above, it appears the img element doesn't have a closing slash. In React all elements must be closed either with the self-closing format or with a corresponding closing tag. So it should appear like <img src={props.url} alt={props.name} />

If you look in your console you'd see that information. Anytime something isn't doing something you think it should, log log log and log some more.