What is the correct CSS syntax for making all the <p> elements bold?

There are multiple ways we can change <p> elements bold. For example by using inline CSS like  <p style="font-weight:bold">. But if we want to make all <p> element in a webpage bold then we can use the below CSS code-

  font-weight: bold;

The above CSS code will make all <p> elements bold. So we don’t have to write the same inline CSS code multiple times.

How to change all <p> element bold at runtime by using jquery or javascript?

The above CSS code will change all <p> elements to bold. But what if we need to change it at runtime? So we can easily change it either by jQuery or plain JavaScript.

By using jQuery:-

$("p").css("font-weight", "bold");

By using JavaScript:-

document.querySelectorAll('p').forEach(e => e.style.fontWeight="bold"); 
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