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V School Learning22,279 Points
why is this asking for answers to something that wasn't even taught??
Torben KorbFront End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 88,521 Points
Nevermind sometimes the questions to the challenges are a bit off and it's better to read the question word by word. Also this forum is really helpful for questions directly coupled to the courses and you'll get help.
Anyway back to your question: just follow up the previous video again and do exactly what Dave's demonstrating there. Just with the given string from the challenge and without the h1 markup from the video. Just a plain string in quotes. Open up your console in your browser and watch if there are any errors you getting, which could help you more to locate possible errors.
Hope this helps. Good luck!
Óscar Hernández sandoval9,257 Points