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1 year ago
JS more Tasks in a REPL ?
Hey there, I wanted to try out some HTML+CSS+JS tasks. My idea was to create subfolders, each containing a index.html, css and js. But it don't work.
Anne1
HTML, CSS, JS
robin_a_meade
robin_a_meade
Yes, your idea should definitely work. Here's an example of an index.html in a subfolder: https://html-css-js.robin-a-meade.repl.co/subfolder2/ from my replit https://replit.com/@robinameade/HTML-CSS-JS NOTE: For convenience of yourself and viewers, you'll probably want to have an index.html file in the root folder that links to the various subfolders. Otherwise, you'll get a Page not found error when visiting your replit's URL without the /subfolder1/ part added at the end. The links in your3 months ago
SixBeeps
SixBeeps
HTML Repls are only able to serve index.html in the root folder. If you set up your own backend using something like Node, you can set it to serve whatever you'd like.1 year ago
alfware17
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1 year ago
Hey there, I did some public course in Ruby 2 years ago. I know it was running. Its only a main file, then calling example tasks or little project. I
Bernd1
Ruby
alfware17
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3 years ago
Hallo I recently used Repl.it for online ruby, worked fine. Now try to learn Python. I managed to run code, but only in a "main.py" not in a specific
ash15khng
ash15khng
The equivalent of require in Ruby is import in Python. Example: import module3 years ago
eco27
eco27
try creating a repl inside the folder or moving a repl into the folder then deleting the entire folder3 years ago