The Document method getElementById() returns an element object representing the element whose id property matches with the given value. This method is used to manipulate an element on our document.
const gfg = document.getElementById(id);
- id: The id of the element which we want to grab. The is a case-sensitive string that is unique within the document.
An element object with the specified id, or null if no matching element is found. Below example illustrates the use of getElementById.
Output: Here you can see “GeeksForGeeks” printed in the console tab. Now after grabbing an element, we can perform any operations on that element like changing text, adding style etc.
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