jQuery InnerText() vs jQuery OuterText()
The jQuery InnerText() property replaces the content between the opening and closing tags of an element with the specified text while the OuterText() property removes an element and inserts the specified text in place of it.
Things to remember:
* InnerText just replaces the content inside the tags
* Outertext replaces the content and the enclosing tags themselves
jQuery innerText() Function Examples
//simple example to change the text of a page element document.getElementById("elementID").innerText = "I love jQuery4u Blog!";
Here's the text that will change.
jQuery outerText() Function Examples
document.getElementById("elementID").outerText = "I love jQuery4u Blog!"
Yes, I <3 jQuery .
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