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JavaScript JavaScript and the DOM (Retiring) Getting a Handle on the DOM DOM Selection - More Review

Why is the code not working

here is the question on a quiz on javascript DOM How would you use querySelectorAll to obtain a reference to all elements in a document with the class student-info and assign it to the constant studentInfo?

HERE IS MY CODE: const studentInfo = querySelectorAll('student-info');

plz help!!!

1 Answer

tomd
tomd
16,701 Points

Hello Ayub. 2 things.

1st, It says select all CLASS elements.

Hint: How do you select class elements in CSS? its the same here.

2nd, you are missing a word.

Hint: it goes between '=' and 'querySelectorAll'.

Thank You!