Note that we say a reference to the entire `element-nodes`! This means if the target element has text-nodes, or comment-nodes, they won’t be included as the items of the reference collection that the `children` property returns.
Element children Property Syntax:
Element children Property Input Value
The children property is read-only and so we can’t assign a value to it.
Element children Property Return Value
The return value of this property is a reference to a collection that is called HTMLCollection.
It contains the entire children of type element-node of the target element, set as its items.
Note: if you change the `children` property in this example with `childNodes` property, you’ll get 10 elements (including 5 text-nodes that were excluded from the collection of the `children` property).