Alert() message in JS shows extraneous info?

Hi, All:

I have a student who is using a window.alert("not a word") statement - when I run it locally on my machine, I just see "not a word". When doing this through the replit, it gives me a ".... says not a word". How do I suppress the "... says" part of the message?

The ‘url says’ will always be there no matter what (frankly I’m not entirely sure why it wouldn’t show when run locally on a machine, it should say localhost or file:// depending on how you’re running it), it cannot be removed (it won’t in a CLI NodeJS app, but that’s because it’s just a shortcut to print to the console). Javascript alert showing site url. How can i remove site url from top of javascript alert? - Stack Overflow