The real lesson here is about passing values into a function.
You can declare a function the same way you declared variables:
function words(noun, adj, adv, verb)
In the snippet, above, we declared the name of a function (words), and we declared the names of four inputs for the function. You can Read More »
It’s more clear if you look at the table and read, “If I want my string to display with a new line, I would use
\n.” You’ll learn the lesson quicker by reverse-engineering it from the solution, which is:
var myStr = "FirstLine\n\tSecondLine\nThirdLine";
In the Standardize Times with the HTML5 Datetime Attribute lesson in the Applied Accessibility section, the example shows values that look like this:
2016-08-15T08:12Z. The “Z” stands for Universal Time Coordinated (UTC).
time element wraps around text within Read More »