I really don’t understand what you are getting at with that statement.
I meant Server. Sorry not browser.
I’m pretty sure it is.
Also, I edited this post’s title to make it lowercase, only because when it’s in full caps people tend to take that as shouting.
Pull the plug and run it. Easy enough to find out.
And if so, then this is all just confirmation bias when the problem was actually solved by refreshing page or typing in different code and attributing the difference in behaviour to changing browser.
I see that a lot. I sometimes recommend trying a different browser and “It works!”. It’s too much trouble to find out if it might have worked with their original browser if they had reset their zoom (CSS courses), disabled all their add-ons, pop-up blockers or any of those other things you suggested. I have 0 data on one browser being more problematic than any other.
Well there are lots of people who had the correct code and i told them to go to chrome and it worked… Try checking out my posts and you will see a lot of them.
That’s the confirmation bias that we are talking about.
Im confused. What are you asking exactly? or stating?
The person changed browsers and “It worked”. That isn’t proof that their first browser wouldn’t have worked if it had been configured differently.
Well your right, but im not talking about proofs here. Im just saying if they use chrome thier is a better probability thier code will be fixed. Since i asked multiple people to do that and it worked…
You would give new coders a better troubleshooting tool if you just said “Try a different browser.”
There are likely Chrome users with settings and extensions that could mess things up too and they would benefit from that advice.
I cant edit now since i reached my maximum edits per day… But i was about to put this in wow codecademy…
Other Browsers you can try
Can you edit my topic so it becomes correct to your standard? I cant edit posts now… Wow what a shame
I would rather not put words in your mouth, it can wait until tomorrow.
Meh I’ll go for a preliminary edit.
Actually no. Don’t mind me. Jonatan needs to think before he speaks.