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Sundar Maharjan6,740 Points
You've just learned about the next() and prev() methods. Use one of them to traverse from Wade Christensen to James McAvoy in the list of students.
$('li').eq(2).prev('li').prev('li'); $('.student-list li').eq(1);
I tried the first line in a workspace and it appears to work just the same with or without arguments in the prev method. However with arguments the challenge presents an error:
Bummer: Did you unintentionally supply arguments to the "prev" method call on the jQuery object with a selector of "li"?
Task 2 accepts the code without arguments:
Line 2 in your code selects Alena Holligan and isn't needed.