Getting the document element by class is one thing, getting the document element by class is another. However, we don’t need to use the entire document class. Rather, we simply need to find the element by class in the document, for example, and then use the class selector to find the element.
We can use the class selector to find the element by class in the document though, and then use the class to find the element. It works.
Be careful of using classes as references when using the document selector. As a general rule, the document selector should point to the element and not to the class. This can be fixed by using the class selector instead of using the element selector.
I use the document.getelementbyclass() method so I can click the element and have it appear in the DOM. Then I use the class selector to get the element. To use the class selector, the element and the class are in quotes. Then I use the class selector and the element to get the element. The class selector is a little more complicated. It is used to select the first ancestor of the element.
This is important because there can be multiple elements with the exact same class name. For example, if I have a class name ‘bicycle’. Then I can have multiple elements with the exact same class name bicyle. The first element will have the class name ‘bicycle’ and the second element will have the class name ‘bicycle-bike’.
If you’re looking for an element by class, you might as well write a function that takes a string and returns the first element with the class. That is as simple as it gets.
You can’t use those functions because they’re designed to be limited to a particular class name. So just add a method named class.class.name to that function and it will work.
Just like with functions, you can’t use these functions in a script tag or within an HTML code block. So you have to use jQuery to get elements by class name. That is as simple as it gets.
My apologies for the long description, but I thought I’d share some pointers on how to do it.