Javascript – Create, move and remove HTML elements

Create an HTML element

To create an HTML element, first you must use createElement(). Then set any values and the style. The last step is to add the created element in the DOM using append(), appendChild(), insertBefore() or innerHTML property.

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Move an HTML element

If you want to move an HTML element you should use append() and appendChild(). This can only happen if you get the element somewhere else in the document.

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Remove an HTML element

You can remove an HTML element using the removeChild(element) method or the innerHTML property

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