HTML | DOM Script async Property
The DOM Script async property is used to set or returns whether a script should be executed asynchronously or not. This property is used to reflect the async attribute. This attribute only works for the external script.
There are the following ways that the external script could be executed:
- The script will be executed asynchronously with the rest of the page when async is present. Means while the page continues the parsing that time script will be executed.
- If the defer is present but async is not present then the script will be executed when the page has finished parsing.
- If both, async or defer is not present then the script is fetched and will execute immediately, even before the browser continues parsing the page.
- It return the async property.
- It is used to Set the async property.
scriptObject.async = true|false
Property Values: It contains a Boolean value which specify that whether the script should be executed asynchronously as soon as it is available, or not.
- True: It specifies that the script should be executed asynchronously.
- false: It specifies that the script will not be executed asynchronously. By default, it is set to false.
- Before Clicking on Button:
- After Clicking on Button:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer 10.0
Return Value: It returns a Boolean value which specifies that the script should be executed asynchronously or not.
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by HTML DOM Script async property are listed below: