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

quiz question

question - How would you use querySelectorAll to obtain a reference to all elements in a document with the class student-info and assign it to the constant studentInfo?


document.querySelectorAll("li[info=studentInfo]"); document.querySelectorAll("info"); document.querySelectorAll("-info"); querySelectorAll('info');

2 Answers

Keron, None of the answers you listed would work here. Referencing an element by className is done via the dot notation, like so:


This code should solve the problem