The JS language has changed over the years. We'll use whatever programming style is easiest to understand. That means a mix of older and newer styles. When you find JS code on the web, the style might differ from what you see here.
Add encryption, if you have Let's Encrypt.
Put an HTML file called
index.html in the root of the subdomain. Recall that
index.html is the default file that the server returns when the user doesn't type the file name.
<p> tags in
index.html. Add an animal joke.
Your page will have two URLs:
(If you didn't use encryption, the protocol will be
Test that both URLs work. Submit them both.
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