Meet the Node console the text is not specific, how to pass?

I try

      <title>Backend Challenges | Free Code Camp</title>
      <link rel="shortcut icon" href="" type="image/x-icon"/>
      <link href="" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
      <link href="/public/style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">

      <div class="container"><script>console.log(  
 "Hello World");</script>
         <h1>Manage Node.js projects and npm packages using package.json</h1>
         <h3>Part 1 of Free Code Camp Backend Challenges</h3>

and try to write bottom console and console command in new window

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You are supposed to use the glitch boilerplate set up for you as explained in the introduction section.

Start this project on Glitch using this link or clone this repository on GitHub! If you use Glitch, remember to save the link to your project somewhere safe!

So you can either have a glitch project or fork from the Github Repo.

In those you’ll have a server.js file that you are not supposed to touch, and a
myApp.js file where you’ll work for each challenge.

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Of course, but it did not work.

when I MyAPP.js and src it block as external source

I opened the link you provided and noticed a couple of difference in the boilerplate provided and your file.

Why so?

My suggestion is to fork again the boilerplate and DON’T modify any file besides myApp.js.
I did it so and was able to clear the challenge no problem :slight_smile:

it was because I continue in previous challenge. I did not notice, there are new project links. the green color is not good enough.

Yeah, had trouble finding the link myself as well, and I knew they were there.

Were you able to proceed then?

yes, when I find the .js file it was in seconds.
can you look here I have another problem, with understanding the challenge

I followed suggestion, and boilerplated glitch again and added a file with the console log, yet still have the same issue:

or >> which includes updated keys as per tut up to that point.

there is new project on last line

Sorry I don’t quite follow.
Do you mean that I can only have one project in glitch?

As exercise does not have much instructions, this is how I perform:
Tools> Logs > Console
Type: node
Type: console.log("Hello world");

Then get the app link to paste by:
Share> Live app> copy
Then go back and paste that link into the solution bar.

Ok I see now. The two hyperlinks have different information, Glitch one is incorrect and the one from GitHub is the correct one.

no, they are both correct, but the first could in first lessons be wrong