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Discussion on: How do I use .forEach on DOM Elements?

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Wilbur Powery

I think you can also do:

var timestamps = Array.from(document.getElementsByClassName("utc-time"));

Haven't tested it though 😊

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Jess Lee (she/her) Author

Well, in the mdn documentation it had mentioned this:

However some older browsers have not yet implemented NodeList.forEach() nor Array.from()

So I assumed that if forEach wasn't supported, Array.from wouldn't be either?

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Wilbur Powery

I just tested it and it works on Chrome for me.

var elements = Array.from(document.querySelectorAll('p'));

// elements = (3) [p, p, p]

It might not be compatible with many browsers though, as you mentioned.

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Massimo Artizzu

You don't have to go far - if you have Windows and IE11 installed, that doesn't support either 😉

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Michael "notriddle" Howell

The MDN documentation also has an Array.from polyfill:

developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/W...