JS method to get the image lowsrc property

  • 2020-05-26 07:40:55
  • OfStack

The example in this article shows how JS can get the lowsrc property of a picture. Share with you for your reference. The details are as follows:

The lowsrc attribute 1 is normally set to the low-resolution image address. The following code can be used to display the low-resolution version of the image by clicking the link

<!DOCTYPE html>
<img id="compman" src="compman.gif" lowsrc="compman_lowres.gif" 
alt="Computerman" width="107" height="98">
var x=document.getElementById("compman");
document.write('<a href="' + x.lowsrc + '">Low resolution</a>');

I hope this article has been helpful to your javascript programming.

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