you forgot the <!DOCTYPE HTML>, and the </html>, and the <head></head>, and the <body> and </body>, and capitalize <br> sometimes, and forgot the quotes around element properties, and use a hard link for images, and copied and pasted a bunch of metadata from elsewhere which is correctly formatted.
Unlink from repo and link to another
@Highwayman I would try it on a laptop on Google Chrome. Safari can be SUPER sketchy with both css and js in terms of apple's "only meeting the bare minimum to confine to standards while inventing their own path for no reason" which has frustrated me so much that I have desupported safari on some of my websites (that comes to mind: www.gam3t.in). Google chrome iOS app doesn't fix the problem either because both run iosWebKit, which is safari's core.
I'm not overly familiar with Polyglot. Is it like bash?
Beyond that, I would uninstall and reinstall the packages manually.
The error could be that your index.js node web server has an error internally that doesn't print because of the way Polyglot loads files.
This has happened to my python packages in the past, and it's never fun. It means that the discord lib has been either renamed or unsupported on the official python package manager, so you have to manually install the discord lib by finding the original discord.py lib file and importing that into your repl, manually installing the package from its original developer's website or a third party source.
of what course? What is the problem? can you link a repl?
I don't have enough info to help you yet
You don't reference any favicon at all. I think you need to do so dynamically and call updates to the dot's content via js
click the three dots, and click "Download Zip". Then open the zip, which contains the HTML file
On the page you say "Mr Economist" instead of "Mr Economical"
Thats actually pretty cool, good job!
Hi Guys! I'm Grify, a 14-year-old designer and developer in Silicon Valley, right near Replit HQ! I use Replit for learning new languages, practicing them, and for messing around with computer language, as well as for some interesting (sometimes controversial) projects (For the brave, see http://www.grifypack.ga, a comically bad website for a matching in quality minecraft 'textur' (sic) pack, http://www.countdownfreedom.cf, a trump countdown made with Sean)
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@haarers Depending on whether the repl belongs to you, I believe.
If the repl is yours, it shows up as a subbutton on the edit repl panel (opened by clicking the tiny pencil to the right of the repl name
If the repl is not yours, it shows up as a large button to the left of run
Have you tried manually uninstalling and reinstalling the packages? Repl.it's package system can be a bit buggy sometimes
@Highwayman If your school has it banned, you can get a VPN (assuming the ban is on the network) and if the ban is on the devices themselves, you can probably install linux pretty easily to evade those if you so desire
Any planned support for other git platforms like BitBucket? (the one I use) or GitLab? (the one my dad uses)