HTML | DOM replaceChild() Method
The replaceChild() method in HTML DOM is used to replace a child node with a new node within the given parent node.
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parentNode.replaceChild( newChild, oldChild )
Parameter Values: This method accept two parameters which are listed below:
- newChild: It is the required parameter. It represents the new node which need to be inserted.
- oldChild: It is the required parameter. It represents the node which is replaced by new node.
Return Value: It returns a node object which represents the replaced node.
Example: In this example the first <li> text is replaced with the new text.
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After click on the button:
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by DOM replaceChild() method method are listed below:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer