FAQ: Debugging JavaScript Code - Finding Documentation

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Hello Everybody…
If you code doesn’t work when you paste the link, it’s surely because it was not the english version of MDN. It what happened to me when i paste the link but for the french version.

You just have to change the language for english and it’ll work ! :+1: :ok_hand:

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Is anybody else having problems copying and pasting in the code editor? This function doesn’t work on mine. I’m using Chrome on a Windows PC if that makes a difference. Thanks.

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I had this trouble too when I first started. It doesn’t let you copy-paste with clicking, only with key strokes: ctrl+c and ctrl+v working together. Hope this helped! :wink: