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JavaScript Build an Interactive Website Introduction to jQuery Using jQuery to Select Elements

JS Selectors use jQuery to select all list items (li) in an unordered list (ul) with the class of 'nav'

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1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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$(".nav").find("ul>li"); :point_left: This selects li's in a ul's that are descendants of some element with class nav. Also, even if you fix it, I don't think this particular challenge is prepared to evaluate an answer using the find function.

What the challenge asks for can be done more simply with a single selector:

$("ul.nav li");

Also remember to put this after the answer to task 1.