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Nevermind. You did it again. It’s working!
One last question…this seemed like a situation where I need to iterate through html elements with .each. How do I know when I need to do that?
And again, thank you very much. Thats a very simple and concise solution. I appreciate all your help.
You would use `each()` if you wanted to do something to all of them at once, but required you to go through each one individually (perhaps there is something unique about each one).
You can sort of relate `each()` to a for loop.
That makes sense. Thanks Doc!
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