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Charlotte Jane PollardCourses Plus Student 2,424 Points
I don't understand the error.. is there a bug because I'm sure I've answered it right??? :/
I've answered the question in accordance with what I've just learned (to look up and select multiple elements in a collection (the <ul> elements in this case) so...
let listItems = document.getElementsByTagName('ul');
but it's returning the error:
Bummer: cannot read property 1 of null
I don't understand... it's a simple answer to a simple question, am I missing something??? :/
Ngadhnjim Rexhaj44 Points
instead of '' document.getElementsByTagName('ul'); " use " document.getElementsByTagName('li'); " because you're not iterating in items(li) but in list itself, also try duplicating code and you'll see that for every <ul> you'll have different colors from array.