See how you have
for (var i = 0; etc. etc.). Well you follow that up with a semicolon. Semicolons signify a stop. The loop stops at the semicolon. Remove the semicolon and it should work.
@rhyscrypto, I think you added an addtional " for your second link as I was initially lead to "Page doesn't exist".
Are you referring to this?
The semicolon after the for loop should be gone and there should be one after console.log
I was indeed, thanks. I didn't think to check but I guess I should start doing that now.
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