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  1. Hi! In the example below, I'm wondering if its ok if you try to tween myElement if the selector found no elements to match? var myElement = $(div).find('.foundit'); Typically I check to be sure the element exists with something like... if(myElement.length > 0){... before I would tween it. But in a project I am currently working on, I realized that I forgot to do this, yet no errors are being thrown when the element is empty. So maybe I have been adding the conditional statement unnecessarily? Thanks for your thoughts!
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