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I am targeting the <a> with a desc function but, it's not working.

var expectedLinks = document.querySelectorALL("nav > a");

1 Answer

Hannah Cherba
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Hannah Cherba
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Well, from the code you provided, you capitalized the two 'L's in 'all'. Also, try using const instead of var, and skip the '>' in the parentheses. Example:

const expectedLinks = document.querySelectorAll('nav a');