please help with this quiz. I've wrtitten this code: '''let listItems = document.getElementsByTagName('ul'); '''
but it tells ms it's wrong! What am I wrong?
Tijo Thomas9,737 Points
If you watch the previous video you learn about the .querySelector() and .querySelectorAll() methods. In this case you want to use .querySelectorAll() and the code should look like this:
let listItems = document.querySelectorAll("#rainbow li");
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On the examples of the video it didn't mention that we had to add the li tag after id. Why now is a MUST to add li after id. Its only one id= "rainbow" on the index.html???? Or only on querySelector() it's not necessary??
Is it wrong to use document.getElementsByTagName??
Jonathan GrieveTreehouse Moderator 86,643 Points
What you want to do is target a specific element.
In JS you can target elements in the same way as you would with CSS by using query selector. You want to target the list items inside the unordered list with the #id rainbow.