An Example Analysis of the Difference between innerHTML and pasteHTML in JS

  • 2021-06-29 10:07:22
  • OfStack

This article gives an example of the difference between innerHTML and pasteHTML in JS.Share it for your reference, as follows:

innerHTML is an attribute that gets or sets the HTML content within that element, and can be used by any element that can contain an HTML child node

pasteHTML() is a method that replaces text or HTML within a specified text area and must be applied to an area created by createTextRange() or document.selection.createRange().


<Script Language="JavaScript">
function addLink(){
 var oRange = document.selection.createRange();
   var oUrl = window.prompt(' Link URL ...','');
   var oHtml = '<a href='+oUrl+' target=_blank>'+oRange.text+'</a>';
   window.alert(' You did not choose to add linked text! ');
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<input type="button" value=" Add Link " onclick="addLink();">

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I hope that the description in this paper will be helpful to everyone's JavaScript program design.

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