FAQ: Variables - Putting it All Together


#1

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#2

I am unable to move on from this lesson without getting the solution from the help menu! It seems simple so I don’t know if I am missing something or if it is just a bug.


#3

Not able to reproduce this problem. Lesson worked fine for me and let me move on to completion. What browser are you using?


#4

I am using Firefox. I reopened it, copied the solution, and pasted it. It wouldn’t allow the pasted solution to proceed either. I think it must be a bug on my end somewhere.


#5

Where is the HTML to go with this JS? I thought they both would be accessible. It would to helpful to see how it all works together.


#6

That is not the objective of this module. It’s more about concepts than actual code. You might glean a lot from the HTML and CSS but it would be ahead of the learning curve and you would have more questions than answers, which questions if they do not get answered force you into presumptions.

Bottom line, don’t try to get ahead of the curve, just yet.


#7

Yes, I agree. I’m inquisitive by nature, wanting to know all things :joy:. Thanks. :slightly_smiling_face: