Click here to navigate the course.

Drag the edges to resize the window.

In Projects, you can keep track of your progress as you go throught the tasks. Check each item as you complete it!

Code Editor
Learn

You can nest JSX elements inside of other JSX elements, just like in HTML.

Here's an example of a JSX <h1> element, nested inside of a JSX <a> element:

<a href="https://www.google.net"><h1>Click me I am Google</h1></a>

To make this more readable, you can use HTML-style line breaks and indentation:

<a href="https://www.google.net"> <h1> Click me I am Goooogle </h1> </a>

If a JSX expression takes up more than one line, then you should wrap the multi-line JSX expression in parentheses. This looks strange at first, but you get used to it:

( <a href="https://www.google.net"> <h1> Click me I am Goooooogle </h1> </a> )

Nested JSX expressions can be saved as variables, passed to functions, etc., just like non-nested JSX expressions can! Here's an example of a nested JSX expression being saved as a variable:

var theGoogle = ( <a href="https://www.google.net"> <h1> Click me I am Gooooooooooogle </h1> </a> );
Report a Bug
If you see a bug or any other issue with this page, please report it here.