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JavaScript JavaScript and the DOM (Retiring) Making Changes to the DOM Appending and Removing Nodes

Ali Sh
Ali Sh
2,026 Points

How can i pass this quiz?

Place the new element p as the last child of the element stored in the div constant. const div = document.querySelector('div#feedback'); const p = document.createElement('p'); .appendChild();

2 Answers

div.appendChild(p);

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,230 Points

The "appendChild" method is applied to the parent, and passed the child as the argument.

So look at what the other code is doing, and place the variable name that represents the parent element in the first blank, and the one for the new child element in the second blank.