We’ll get to jQuery soon and you’ll see why (it makes communication between the 3 languages easier). I started in at – you guessed it – Codecademy, however I’ll admit, I didn’t finish it in one stretch, I came back intermittently. I struggled with some of the later tasks, again I’d recommend not sneaking a look at other people’s answers.
var savedElement = document.querySelectorAll("#first p.someText");
The same command in jQuery:
var savedElement = $("#first p.someText");
We can therefore see communicating with the DOM is easier when using jQuery. (Don’t forget to load the library first). If you’ve survived this far, you’ve come a long way already. You may as well keep going, I did, confused, battered and on two feet.