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Tip of the Day
Language: HTML
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 8, 2008

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Using the innerHTML Property

To change the text that appears when users click on a button in your program, use JavaScript's innerHtml property.

<script type="text/javascript">
function changeText(){
   document.getElementById('boldStuff').innerHTML = 'Fred Flintstone';
}
</script>
<p>Welcome to the site, <b id='boldStuff'>dude</b> </p>
<input type='button' onclick='changeText()' value='Change Text'/>
This changes the output from:

"Welcome to the site, dude"
to:

"Welcome to the site, Fred Flintstone"

Ganjoo Anu
 
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