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JavaScript Displaying the Content

Kylie Soderblom
Kylie Soderblom
3,885 Points

card.innerHTML = html. Why does this work? 'card is a class in a div. Thought we would've needed querySelector or...

I thought we would have had to say - const card = document.querySelector(".class") and then we could do card.innerHTML = html;

I'm referring to the Fetch / Dog API walkthrough

2 Answers

Cameron Childres
Cameron Childres
Treehouse Moderator 11,714 Points

Hi Kylie,

The variable card is declared on line two which is then used later on in the generateImage() function.

I hope this helps -- let me know if you have any questions!