Unexpected end of input javascript 

I have some JavaScript code that works in FireFox, but not in Chrome or IE. In Chrome JS console I get the following error: Msgstr “Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected end of input”. The JavaScript code I’m using: This indicates an error in the last line, which is }); Solution Add a second });. With the correct…

I have some JavaScript code that works in FireFox, but not in Chrome or IE.

In Chrome JS console I get the following error:

Msgstr “Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected end of input”.

The JavaScript code I’m using:

<script>
 $(function() {
 $("#mewlyDiagnosed").hover(function() {
    $("#mewlyDiagnosed").animate({'height': '237px', 'top': "-75px"});
 }, function() {
    $("#mewlyDiagnosed").animate({'height': '162px', 'top': "0px"});
 });
</script>


This indicates an error in the last line, which is });

Solution

Add a second });.

With the correct indentation, your code reads

$(function() {
$("#mewlyDiagnosed").hover(function() {
$("#mewlyDiagnosed").animate({'height': '237px', 'top': '-75px'});
}, function() {
$("#mewlyDiagnosed").animate({'height': '162px', 'top': "0px"});
});

MISSING!
You never closed the external $(function() {.


The lesson is to always indent your code (and indent it correctly).


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