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Antony .2,824 Points
You can get a Collection back by using the
querySelectorAll method on the document object.
var listItems = document.querySelectorAll('ul li'); }
Steven Parker225,652 Points
Anthony's advice is correct. And the sample code shown will pass the challenge, but it's not the optimal solution.
The instructions say "The collection should contain all list items in the <ul> element with the ID of rainbow." So a more correct solution would include the ID in the selector. This way, if another list should be added to the code at a later time, the selector will still only target the desired elements.