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HTML jQuery Basics (2014) Introduction to jQuery Hiding and Showing Elements With jQuery

Jay Todtenbier
Jay Todtenbier
4,167 Points

Can't get the right answer

Tried this $("#warning")

Says wrong answer but don't know what else to use and can't navigate forward to next task.

2 Answers

Caleb McElroy
Caleb McElroy
Courses Plus Student 12,953 Points

$("#warning") is a ID css selector. It is asking for you to select a class, which is $(".warning").