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JavaScript Introduction to Programming Basics Writing Your Program

Where are you saving your programming?

I can't find that little box that suddenly popped up, for where to save all this wonderful script that I'm going to be writing.

5 Answers

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

I'm not 100% sure I understand your question, maybe more context is required.

At first glance I'd say ... a folder on your desktop is a convenient place.

Yes, I need to be more specific. I watched a video that showed me how to keep JavaSrcipt file "that can be stored in our browser" but I don't know how to open the file that gets stored in the browser. The lesson started, "Let's see how we can save those commands in a program file that we can run over and over again." How do I open a program file?

The presenter: "I have a simple HTML page loaded into chrome." How do I do that?

Kristopher Keen
Kristopher Keen
9,992 Points

You can access your own files through Chrome by typing your file directory into the address bar or by pressing "Ctrl + O" on Windows or "Cmd + O" on macs.

I appreciate all the helpful responses. I'm sorry I wasn't able to be more clear. I'm just so new right to coding.

I searched the web for how to "create" and html document and here is a link to a pretty good YouTube video about it.