queryselectorall of multiple tags

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Yes, because querySelectorAll accepts full CSS selectors,
and CSS has the concept of selector groups, which lets you specify
more than one unrelated selector. For instance:

var list = document.querySelectorAll(“form, p, legend”);

…will return a list containing any element that is a form or p or legend.

CSS also has the other concept: Restricting based on more criteria.
You just combine multiple aspects of a selector. For instance:

var list = document.querySelectorAll(“div.foo”);

…will return a list of all div elements that also (and)
have the class foo, ignoring other div elements.

You can, of course, combine them:

var list = document.querySelectorAll(“div.foo, p.bar, div legend”);

…which means “Include any div element that also has the foo class,
any p element that also has the bar class, and any legend element
thats also inside a div.”

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