The DOM is created by the web browser when a web page is loaded. It defines a standard way of accessing and manipulating the content and structure of a document, and it allows you to programmatically change the content and appearance of a web page.
Here is an example of how to use the DOM to change the text of an HTML element:
// Get a reference to the element const element = document.getElementById("my-element"); // Change the element's text element.innerHTML = "Hello, world!";
In this code, the
getElementById method is used to select an element with the
my-element ID. The
innerHTML property is then used to change the element’s text to “Hello, world!”.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any questions.