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Can someone please tell me why my answer is wrong?
I have to select the <body> tag and make it a variable with the getElementsBytagName.
this is my code:
const body = document.getElementsByTagName[body];
Steven Parker228,026 Points
The square brackets are for the index, calling the method still requires parentheses with the argument (given as a string) inside:
const body = document.getElementsByTagName("body");
Dimitar Dimitrov11,800 Points
getElementsByTagName return a zero based collection so you need to type it like this:
I understand now, thank you !