# How to use 2 footnotes in the same word?

I have this Paragraph and I was wondering if it's possible to do what is underlined in the figure (RED), or if you know how to do this in another way, let me know. Basically the "DOM.Element" is a child of WEB API. So there are 2 things there. The "DOM" & "Element".

How to use multiple footnotes in this case? Is that a good way of doing it? TBH I haven't seen anything like it before.

For the LaTex folks:

As mentioned above, the design is created due to the reference of Cascade Style Sheets (CSS3) in a HyperText Markup Language (HTML5). This will assign different design commands for every
\textit{
DOM\footnote{ Document Object Model (DOM) - \url{https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Document_Object_Model}}
.Element\footnote{ Element - \url{https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Element}}
}
individually, or in a form of a group using \textit{Element.id} and/or \textit{Element.className}.The benefit of using CSS at this stage is that it loads the styles of the elements before the page loads on the user's screen.


"DOM.Element" is not actually a word. It is way used to represent a DOM element in a programming context. In that context it would indeed behave like word and your usage might be correct.

However the sentence or the text is not in that kind of context. If it was you'd have no need to footnote either "DOM" or "Element". This is a general explanation using normal English so you should use normal words and expressions.

Same is true of element id and class. I understand what you are trying here but the text is talking about the general concepts on a very general level not about the specific types in a programming context.

I am guessing that later in the text it gets more technical and that is where the usage comes from?