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JavaScript JavaScript and the DOM (Retiring) Getting a Handle on the DOM DOM Selection - More Review

Cheng Cgc
Cheng Cgc
7,192 Points

document.QuerySelectorAll ('.classname');

wht wrong with my answer...?

2 Answers

Christopher Kellett
Christopher Kellett
7,053 Points

Cheng, It should be lower case q on .querySelectorAll('.classname').

Hi,
The challenge asks you to select class (student-info)
so, it should be something like this

document.querySelectorAll(".student-info");