The Script defer Property is used to set or return whether the script should be executed after the page has finished parsing. This Property is used to reflect the defer attribute of a <script> Tag.
- It Return the defer property.
- It is used to set the defer property
scriptObject.defer = true|false
Property Values: It contains the Boolean value which specify that whether a script should be executed when the page has finished parsing, or not
- true : The script is executed when the page has finished parsing
- false: The script will not be executed when the page has finished parsing.
Return Values: It returns a boolean value, returns true if the script is executed after the loading of the page is finished.
Example: This Example returns the defer Property.
Before Clicking On Button :
After Clicking On Button :
- HTML | <script> defer Attribute
- HTML | DOM Script src Property
- HTML | DOM Script type Property
- HTML | DOM Script async Property
- HTML | DOM Script text Property
- HTML | DOM Script charset Property
- HTML | defer Attribute
- HTML | script Tag
- HTML | DOM Script Object
- HTML | <script> src Attribute
- HTML | <script> async Attribute
- HTML | <script> charset Attribute
- HTML | <script> type Attribute
- Underscore.js | _.defer()
- HTML | DOM dir Property
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