JavaScript function which takes multiple ids and returns multiple elements

This tutorial shows how to implement a javascript function which takes multiple ids and returns multiple elements

document.getElementById() only supports one name at a time and only returns a single node not an array of nodes. You have several different options:

You could implement your own function that takes multiple ids and returns multiple elements.
You could use document.querySelectorAll() that allows you to specify multiple ids in a CSS selector string .
You could put a common class names on all those nodes and use document.getElementsByClassName() with a single class name. Continue reading “JavaScript function which takes multiple ids and returns multiple elements”