Check for conflicts with other scripts: If you have multiple scripts in your HTML file, they may be causing conflicts with each other. Check that the scripts are not trying to perform conflicting tasks or using the same variables. You can also try rearranging the order in which the scripts are loaded to see if that resolves the issue.
Use your browser’s console: Finally, if you’re still having trouble, use your browser’s console to help identify the issue. The console will often provide error messages that can point you in the right direction to resolve the problem.
Step 1: Create an HTML file
First, create an HTML file in a text editor, such as Notepad or Sublime Text. Save the file with a .html extension.
Step 2: Add a script tag
Here’s an example:
You can place the
<script> tag anywhere in the
<body> section of your HTML file.
Step 4: Test your code
By thoroughly reviewing your code for syntax errors, double-checking file extensions and paths, installing required dependencies, and testing for browser compatibility, you can quickly troubleshoot and fix any issues with your code.