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Here is a table overview of the five methods we will cover in this tutorial.

GetsSelector SyntaxMethod
ID#demogetElementById()
Class.demogetElementsByClassName()
TagdemogetElementsByTagName()
Selector (single)querySelector()
Selector (all)querySelectorAll()

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Sometimes, users need to manipulate the HTML element without changing the code of the HTML. In this scenario, users can use JavaScript to change HTML elements without overwriting them. Before we move ahead to change the HTML element using JavaScript, users should learn to access it from the DOM (Document Object Model). Here, the DOM is the structure of the web page. 

From the DOM, users can access HTML elements in five different ways in JavaScript.

  • Get HTML element by Id
  • Get HTML element by className
  • Get HTML element by Name
  • Get HTML element by tagName
  • Get HTML element by CSS Selector

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you have to find the elements first. There are several ways to do this:
  • Finding HTML elements by id
  • Finding HTML elements by tag name
  • Finding HTML elements by class name
  • Finding HTML elements by CSS selectors
  • Finding HTML elements by HTML object collections

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One can use JavaScript to change HTML elements without overwriting them. At First one needs to understand and learn to access it from DOM(Document object Model ).

From the DOM, users can access HTML elements in five different ways in JavaScript.

  • Get HTML element by Id
  • Get HTML element by className
  • Get HTML element by Name
  • Get HTML element by tagName
  • Get HTML element by CSS Selector

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you have to find the elements first. There are several ways to do this:
  • Finding HTML elements by id
  • Finding HTML elements by tag name
  • Finding HTML elements by class name
  • Finding HTML elements by CSS selectors
  • Finding HTML elements by HTML object collections

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