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JavaScript JavaScript and the DOM (Retiring) Getting a Handle on the DOM Practice Selecting Elements

Andres Abimeri
Andres Abimeri
8,552 Points

Help with this challenge

¿Can someone help me with the solution to this problem?

Did you try anything so far?

Sam Gord
Sam Gord
14,060 Points

i can't see the markup, if you can show me a little of the markup i'll be able to help ;)

1 Answer

Mikołaj Gonciarz
Mikołaj Gonciarz
8,078 Points

In each step you have to select all elements. I think querySelectorAll() will be most suitable.

Also remember that in the parethesis you can use dome traversing

e.g

const links = document.querySelectorAll(`div a`);

which will select all anchor elements which are inside div element. remember if you want to catch element by class or id to use . or # before class/id name.