JavaScript HTML DOM Node List

A hub list is an accumulation of nodes

HTML DOM Node List

The getElementsByTagName() strategy restores a node list. A hub list is an exhibit like gathering of nodes.

The following code chooses all <p> hubs in a document:


var x = document.getElementsByTagName("p");

The hubs can be gotten to by a file number. To get to the second <p> hub you can write:

y = x[1];
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Note: The record begins at 0.

HTML DOM Node List Length

The length property characterizes the quantity of hubs in a hub list:


var myNodelist = document.getElementsByTagName("p");
document.getElementById("demo").innerHTML = myNodelist.length;
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Example explained:

  1. Get all <p> components in a hub list
  2. Display the length of the hub list

The length property is helpful when you need to circle through the hubs in a hub list:


Change the foundation shade of all <p> components in a hub list:

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