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JavaScript

Is this the correct code?

We create the variable >>

Var ulli = "<ul class='nac'>" Here we created open ul tag? Right?

Ulli += "<Li class='li'>" Is it correct?

And then we close tag ul\li I don't exactly understand it. Can you explain me?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,980 Points

But for now I can tell you that both statements you show above are simply dealing with strings. While the strings may be intended to represent tags in the document, more code than shown here would be needed to actually add new tags into the document.

Also, the use of capitalization shown above may be normal for sentences, but would not work for code which is case-sensitive.