Select an element by its
Select elements by their
Select elements by their tag name:
Select the first element that matches a CSS selector:
Select all elements that match a CSS selector:
Once you've selected an element, you can modify its content or attributes.
Changing Text Content
Changing HTML Content
Set, get, or remove an attribute:
Adding and Removing Elements
You can also create new elements and add them to the DOM or remove existing elements.
Creating a New Element
Appending an Element
Inserting an Element
Removing an Element
getElementById: Selects an element with a specific ID.
getElementsByClassName: Selects elements with a specific class name.
getElementsByTagName: Selects elements with a specific tag name.
querySelector: Selects the first element that matches a CSS selector.
querySelectorAll: Selects all elements that match a CSS selector. For example, to select an element with the ID "myElement", you would use:
How can I modify the content of an element in the DOM?
To modify the content of a DOM element, you can use the
innerText properties. Here's an example of changing the text content of an element with the ID "myElement":
How do I add or remove elements from the DOM?
To add elements to the DOM, you can use the
appendChild methods. To remove an element from the DOM, use the
removeChild method. Here's an example of adding a new paragraph element to a container with the ID "container":
And to remove an element with the ID "elementToRemove":
Yes, you can change the style of an element by modifying its
style property. The