FAQ: Learn HTML: Script - Async attribute

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In JavaScript Interactive Websites attribute async, I am not seeing the effect of the async attribute, I added to the turnBlue.js . the codeacademy logo is still pink. can someone explain why

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I guess according to the explain, the Codeacademy logo is supposed to be yellow but it starts with pink.
@oreva20 I saw the logo in blue once after hit the run many times

yes, I did see the logo in blue once.

I think that the CSS file is loading AFTER the scripts are run. I think that is why we are seeing pink.