To fix this issue, you need to make sure that you're importing the module correctly. When using ES modules, you must use the
import statement instead of the
For example, if you have a module named
exampleModule that you want to import, you should use the following code:
import exampleModule from './exampleModule.js';
This assumes that your
exampleModule file is located in the same directory as the file in which you're importing it, and that it has the
.js extension. Make sure to adjust the file path and extension as needed.
If you're still encountering the error after switching to the
import statement, make sure that your files are named and structured correctly. ES modules require that file extensions are included in the import statement, and that the file being imported has the correct syntax.