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    <a>child and Javascript

    Hello! Could someone help me out how to create a link with just using JC. Its needs to be attached to the end of the fourth <p> that comes from the second <div> and it shall show <p class"shower"> that is hidden. I have tried a few things and failed hard. Sadly i cant find it on youtube either. Some help would be really appreciatet

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    Here's an example of how to add a link to the fourth paragraph of the 2nd div:
    http://jsfiddle.net/AtRxG/
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    Thank you for the reply mate. But sadly i am not allowed to use jQuery ;(

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    Why not? Is it homework?
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    jepp. Love that the teacher gives assigments that we even havent gotten too. Started JC 2 days ago. Just learned what document.getElementByID() is :P. haha. Distance course

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    Alrighty, well I hope you learn something from my example then

    Try this one:
    http://jsfiddle.net/AtRxG/7/

    Basically, I'm getting the elements by the tag name (div and p). This will return all the elements in an array, so then I need to tell it which one I want in the square brackets. After I've found the fourthP, I can modify the HTML.
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