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JavaScript Interactive Web Pages with JavaScript Traversing and Manipulating the DOM with JavaScript Perform: Changing Classes

Jacob Tennyson
Jacob Tennyson
6,240 Points

Last Challenge!!

On line 5 of app.js, use the classList property on the anchor to add a new class of "selected" to it.

var anchor = document.querySelector("a");

//Add the class to the classList "selected"

    var anchor = document.classList.contains("selected");

//Toggle the class "live"


Robert Karlsson
Robert Karlsson
8,021 Points

As the instructions sais you need to use the classList poperty of the anchor and add the class "selected". All elements have properties and classList is one of them.

Step 1: Use the classList property:


Step 2: Call it's add method to add a class


Step 3: Put the value selected inside the add method


You can read more about classList at MDN Hope this helps!

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