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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'

I am writing :

$(".nav").find("ul>li")

app.js
$("#container");

1 Answer

David Morisset
David Morisset
13,323 Points

Here, you are searching for all unordered list that are children of nav.

The proper selector for a ul of class nav is $('ul.nav') , then you can find the li element inside.

Hope this helps