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Why does this solution work and the other not?
Are you able to tell me why, for the first part of the question, this solution works:
var inputValue = document.getElementById('linkName').value;
and this does not:
var inputValue = document.querySelector('input linkName').value;
Thanks in advance!
You'd want to use this (it passes):
var inputValue = document.querySelector('#linkName').value;
You need the # for ids with querySelector (. for classes)
I hope that helps.
Stay safe and happy coding!
Thanks very much for the clarification Peter