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Mikhailo Rozumovskyy3,779 Points
suggest me an answer.
How would you select the body element using document.getElementsByTagName, and store it in the variable body?
(Hint: Don't forget that this method returns a collection, not a single element.)
my answer is: const body = document.getElementsByTagName('body'); but it is wrong.
The wording of this question is ambiguous to me. if the question is just how to select the code from the OP should be correct.
The answer that the quiz accepts is actually how to access one element within the collection. (even though in this case this is a collection of one). Am I misunderstanding this?