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The DOM lastChild property is used to return the last child of the specified node. It returns the last child nodes as text, comment or… Read More
The DOM Aside Object is used to represent the HTML <Aside> element. The Aside element is accessed by getElementById().The aside Element is new in html… Read More
The DOM Bold Object is used to represent the HTML <b> element. The bold element is accessed by getElementById(). Syntax: document.getElementById("ID"); Where “id” is the… Read More
The DOM blur method is used to remove the keyboard focus from the current element and also give focus with the help of focus() method.… Read More
The DOM Body Object is used to represent the HTML <Body> element. The Body element is accessed by getElementByTagName().It can also be access by using… Read More
The DOM Blockquote Object is used to represent the HTML <Blockquote> element. The Blockquote element is accessed by getElementById(). Syntax   document.getElementById("id"); Where “id” is the ID… Read More
The DOM Bdo Object is used to represent the HTML <Bdo> element. The Bidirectional element is accessed by getElementById(). Properties: It has a dir attribute which… Read More
The HTML DOM firstElementChild Property will return the first child of any node PreRequisites DOM (Document Object Model)Parameters: No parameters required.Return value: The values returned by firstElementChild… Read More
The <keygen> tag in HTML is used to specify a key-pair generator field in a form. The purpose of <keygen> element is to provide a… Read More
The isEqualNode() method checks whether the two nodes are equal or not. These nodes are considered equal if they are of the same type, having… Read More
The DOM clientWidth Property is used to return the viewable width of a specific element including padding but excluding the measurement of margin, border and… Read More
The click() method is used to simulate the mouse click on an element. This method works exactly the same as the element is manually clicked.Syntax:  … Read More
The DOM clientHeight property is used to return the viewable height of an element in terms of the pixel. It includes the measurement of the… Read More
The DOM scrollTop property is used to return or set the number of pixels an element is scrolled vertically. If the element’s content doesn’t generate… Read More
The DOM clientLeft Property is used to return the width of the left border to an element in terms of pixel.It does not include the… Read More

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