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JavaScript JavaScript and the DOM (Retiring) Getting a Handle on the DOM DOM Selection - More Review

Tiffany White
Tiffany White
5,373 Points

Not sure what I am being asked to do here.

The quiz is asking me how I would use querySelectorAll to target an id of 'student-infoand store it in theconst student-info =`. When I add the code to the answer, I get it wrong. So what exactly am I being asked here?

3 Answers

Jonathan Dewitt
Jonathan Dewitt
8,101 Points

You may have an issue with your syntax, or you might not be running it on the document object:

const studentInfo = document.querySelectorAll('.student-info')
Brian Foley
Brian Foley
8,440 Points

Hello, I looked at the quiz and it appears the question is asking about class. So the answer would be

document.querySelectorAll('.student-info');

hope that helps! :)

Tiffany White
Tiffany White
5,373 Points

Thanks. Yep. I thought it was asking about an ID. my bad.