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mohammed abdi abdulahi warsame
mohammed abdi abdulahi warsame
4,926 Points

why are we using (if) when we want to underline the elements? cant we just order it?

i am confused! why are we using -if- while we can just order the computer? and why are we did we set the suggest box on another file? Thanks alot

1 Answer

David Bath
David Bath
25,939 Points

Regarding your first question, you use an if statement because you only want to apply the "on" class to the link that matches the $section variable (that is, which page you are on.)