Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 115

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In this JavaScript code snippet, we are accessing the HTML element representing the monster’s stats, typically identified by its id attribute as “monsterStats”.
Once we have a reference to this element, we proceed to update its display property. The display property in CSS determines how an element is rendered on the page. By setting it to 'block' , we are instructing the browser to render the monsterStats element as a block-level element, which typically means it will appear on its own line and take up the full width available.

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const monsterStats = document.getElementById(‘monsterStats’);
monsterStats.style.display = ‘block’;

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Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 115

You shouldn’t redeclare this variable as it’s already declared near the top of your code.

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