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

Aaron Noble
Aaron Noble
6,559 Points

I have an Uncaught TypeError: I need help on

I have an Uncaught TypeError: that I looked up on stack overflow but didn't see how any of those solutions applied to my code. Could you please look at my Snapshot and see what I am missing. Thank you, Aaron !


1 Answer

In your html the b in button of your class name is lowercase

<button class='addItembutton'>Add Item</button>

However in your javascript the b is uppercase

const addItemButton = document.querySelector('button.addItemButton');
Aaron Noble
Aaron Noble
6,559 Points

Nice call. I hate myself when I do that. Thanks again