FAQ: Javascript and the DOM - The document keyword

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Either I don’t get it, or I am a smartypants for pointing it out, but I need to know (OCD sends regards). Shouldn’t the h1 in the DOM structure state “The title” as shown in the HTML file?

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You are correct! It must have been an error while that was being created. You should notify an administrator about this. Good catch!

Or… it could be just the title of the post or the heading, since we use H1 to put up the title or the first big thing you want readers to see/ read.

<“h1”> Newsflash <"/h1">

If you know what I mean.
edited the syntax since the forum actually ran the h1 syntax lol