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JavaScript Build a Simple Dynamic Site with Node.js HTTP Methods and Headers Dealing with the POST Body

Taylor Zelaya
Taylor Zelaya
5,385 Points

Workspace provided is flawed - clicking search just clears the input field.

Anyone else have this problem? I feel like I'm losing my mind. The workspace provided for/with this video seems to have some kind of mistake somewhere in the code, and I can't find it. I can run app.js, but when I preview the page and attempt to search for chalkers (or my own username), clicking 'search' just empties the input field and nothing happens. No error message in the console or on the page either. Node.js already makes virtually no sense to me (thanks, EVERYONE I've talked to or otherwise consulted) - being provided a workspace I can't, well, work with is only adding to my frustration.

Jennifer Nordell
Jennifer Nordell
Treehouse Teacher

This is going to be much easier to help you with if we can actually fork your workspace so we can see everything including the file/directory structure. This can be done rather easily by creating a snapshot and sharing it with us :sparkles: