I answered this question earlier today.
Although it doesn't show it here, Josh Smith's initial post was simply to use
$("html") to select the HTML element.
I answered the question a minute later with the way to select the HTML element given that the class of the body element is specifically set to a certain class.
Later, Josh edited his post, essentially using the exact same method that I did when I initially posted my answer.
Another user now, whose answer was insufficient, is directing the OP to Josh's answer.
I also gave another method to do exactly what the OP asked, but still no dice. My answer is being completely ignored.
It's not that I'm upset about it, but it's not exactly fair, especially when the user whose answer is getting the attention used the same method I did after I posted my answer.
My first instinct is to leave it alone, but I'm sure we've all been through this and we all have the urge to say something. Is my first instinct the right one?