Hi, StDucky! As jonathankerr said, you’ll be good to go if you wrap the whole string in double quotes.
What you’ve initially written, a string wrapped in single quotes with double quoted segments within, would work in a normal coding environment, but the purpose of this exercise is how to get quotation marks to show up properly when you use the same type of quotation mark to wrap the whole string.
For example, you might want to write something like this,:
var singleQuoteStr = ‘I am a ‘single quoted’ string.’;
var doubleQuoteStr = “I am a “double quoted” string.”;
So, I would need to either do what you did, which is to wrap the whole thing in a different type of quotation mark than what I’m using for the quoted segment within (which would then not require escaping with backslashes), or I could use whatever type of quotation mark I wanted for both wrapping the whole string and for quoted segments with the help of escaping with backslashes, as in the exercise.