How to edit and test javascript / jquery online

Ever hear of jsFiddle? Try it – it’s a really cool tool to use for developing javascript and even sharing your code by just passing a URL. Here’s a simple example: http://jsfiddle.net/r7MgY/. Add your HTML, CSS, and Javascript; hit run at the very top, and see the executed result. Now since they are in Alpha release, there may be a few kinks such as using javascript alerts to test if an onclick is working. But other than the minor issues, it’s a really neat sandbox to not only edit/test code, but to share as well.

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“there may be a few kinks” – It seems you’re using JsFiddle the wrong way.

Oskar (JsFiddle co-creator)

Hey Oskar, great work on jsFiddle, I’m loving it! It seemed like js alerts weren’t popping up as they should be, perhaps I need to look at the documentation again. I was also seeing some issues with styling after adding some CSS, do you think you can take a look or perhaps I can post the issues somewhere?

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