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Question Ch. 9 Example 2 Safari behavior

Example 2 in chapter 9, about navigating the DOM tree, seems to behave normally in Chrome 44 and Firefox 39, with the header and paragraph showing up initially and then responding to the style changes at the appropriate times. However, in Safari 8.0.7 the page is blank until all the alerts have been cleared, at which point the header and paragraph appear with all the style changes already applied. Is this a normal quirk of Safari or is there something else going on? FWIW I copied-and-pasted this particular exercise so there shouldn't be anything wrong with the code.

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Hi, Jake. My apologies for such a late response.

Different browsers behave differently. I can test that example later when I have my Mac at my disposal, but I imagine it's a quirk of Safari. FWIW, Internet Explorer used to exhibit the same behavior--except it would show the heading and paragraph but only apply the style after the final alert.




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