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                <p>This text will be normal. <span id="italicize">But this will be italicized!</span></p>

<p id="tooMuch" class="italic fancy underlined">Sometimes you can have too much class.</p>

<p id="howMany" class="bold blue italic">This paragraph element has <span id="classCount"></span> classes</p>

<button id="greeter">Click for a greeting</button>
<p id="greeting" class="hide italic">Hello!</p>



                .blue { color: blue; }
.bold { font-weight: bold; }
.fancy { font-family: cursive; }
.hide { display: none; }
.italic { font-style: italic; }
.underlined { text-decoration: underline; }


                // find element with id italicize, add italic class 

// find element with id 'tooMuch', remove the fancy class 

// find the paragraph with the id howMany and count its classes
var classCounter = document.getElementById('howMany').classList.length;
// find the element with the id classCount and set its text to show how many classes the #howMany element has 
document.getElementById('classCount').textContent = classCounter;

// when the greeter button is clicked, toggle the 'hide' class on the greeting paragraph.
var greeterButton = document.getElementById('greeter');
greeterButton.onclick = function() {