P.S. Sorry for dumb questions :D.
The main problem is that the variable: sText is defined outside the “scope” of where you are calling it.
When you define a variable inside of a function, it is available only within that function.
Here is a fork of your codepen that demonstrates the concept
If you don’t understand the code changes I’ve made, ask more questions :)
## Codepen tips
Here is a simplified version of your code that takes advantage of Codepen features.
You can see that the
jQuery can be included by clicking the gear image on the top right of the JS box.
EDIT @hotpink beat me to it. :) Was trying to keep it as close to the original as possible. Also, what may work in Codepen may not work for OP’s personal projects.
[Try this](http://codepen.io/katbella5/pen/eqiLf “http://codepen.io/katbella5/pen/eqiLf”)
Thanks for clearly answer. :) But I have one more question.
It’s imposible from the JS code print in to the html code? I mean in the html code shows how it looks all code with (JS + HTML, these things **slidebox.wrap(“
I wrote more there thins in JS. http://codepen.io/anon/pen/GdKcf
Possible to do it?
Not sure if I understand the question but you can add elements with JS, for example:
See http://api.jquery.com/category/manipulation/ for more jQuery DOM manipulation functions.
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