The content width of a div can dynamically get using clientWidth and scrollWidth properties depending upon the user requirement. If a user wants to know the space required by actual displayed content including the space taken by padding but not including the scrollbars, margins or borders, then the user can use any of the following procedures that will return the width of the entire content of an element.
- Using Element.ClientWidth property
- Using Element.scrollWidth property
Example 1: Content Width of div using ClientWidth property will return the width of the entire content of an element.
Example 2: Content Width of div using scrollWidth property will return the width of the entire content of an element.
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