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Sarah Breidenbach4,490 Points
Why is my answer to the review question on selecting the body element using document.getElementsByTagName wrong?
The question is "How would you select the body element using document.getElementsByTagName, and store it in the variable body?"
And you're given const body = __________
Shouldn't the answer be const body = document.getElementsByTagName('body');
Kieran Barker15,028 Points
You’d need to add
 to the end, because
getElementsByTagName returns an HTMLCollection — even though there’s only one body element :)