Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 138

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Step 138

In order for the ☠ emoticon text to properly display on the page, you will need to use the innerHTML property.

The innerHTML property allows you to access or modify the content inside an HTML element using JavaScript.

Here is an example of updating the content for this paragraph element using the innerHTML property.

<p id="demo">This is a paragraph.</p>
document.querySelector("#demo").innerHTML = "Hello, innerHTML!";

In the update function, change text.innerText to text.innerHTML.

Your code so far

monsterStats.style.display = "none";
  button1.innerText = location["button text"][0];
  button2.innerText = location["button text"][1];
  button3.innerText = location["button text"][2];
  button1.onclick = location["button functions"][0];
  button2.onclick = location["button functions"][1];
  button3.onclick = location["button functions"][2];
  querySelector(text.innerText).innerHTML = text.innerHTML;

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Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 138

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Hi @majanggofentseone !

Welcome to the forum!

I would suggest resetting the lesson.

The lesson wants you to replace innerText with innerHTML

You don’t need any of this stuff here

the changes needed are much smaller then what you have now.

once you replace those two words of innerText with innerHTML, then the test will pass

hope that helps

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thank you so much. I managed

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