By the way, I like to keep using HTML, PHP and Bootstrap as I do now.
$$(), using this line of code:
const $ = e => document.querySelector(e), $$ = e => document.querySelectorAll(e);
then you can select a p element just by writing:
$('p'), and multiple p elements like that:
I hope my advice helped you in any way.
Um, those jQuery-like calls like`$()` and `$$()` work ONLY in the dev tools console. You cannot incorporate them into the scripts that your browser itself runs. If you try that, you'll get a ReferenceError because `$` is not a defined variable.
They are handy when poking around in the DOM by hand in the console, though.