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HTML Build an Interactive Website Introduction to jQuery Using jQuery to Select Elements

Jamie Harper
Jamie Harper
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Surely this is a poorly worded question....


Which question are you referring too?

I have just looked at both questions and the objective of each seems very clear to me. Perhaps I can clarify it for you.

2 Answers

I assume you're referring to the second question. If so, I'd have to agree.

From what I gathered, I believed the question wanted this:

$('ul li.nav');

What they really want is: within an unordered list with the class "nav", select all the list items.

If your are indeed referring to question 2 "On the next line, use jQuery to select all list items (li) in an unordered list (ul) with the class of 'nav'?"

First an unordered list with a class of nav, and every list item with it.

    $("ul.nav li") 

Perhaps it's the selector you are confused with Ricardo Hill-Henry you selected an li with the class of nav inside a ul

I understood it before I posted. That's why I added the sentence rephrasing the question for the OP. I just didn't want to give away the answer.

Fair one! I didn't read your last line. Haha my bad! :)