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JavaScript JavaScript and the DOM (Retiring) Responding to User Interaction Listening for Events with addEventListener()

Farid Lavizadeh
Farid Lavizadeh
12,004 Points

How would we have selected the collection of 'li's in this video if there were two unordered lists?

How would we have selected the collection of 'li's in this video if there were two unordered lists?

1 Answer

If there were two or more UL elements then we have to be specific. Either we can add the class to element and then access it or add the ID to the element and then access it.