JavaScript DOM Tutorial – Element.insertAdjacentHTML()



The Element.insertAdjacentHTML() method within the JavaScript DOM (Document Object Model) allows you to insert a HTML string in one of four positions adjacently to another element. This makes it a very powerful alternative to the innerHTML property.

The insertAdjacentHTML() method also will not disrupt any children of the target element meaning that event listeners added to children won’t be automatically removed – which is unfortunately the case with the innerHTML property.

In this video I’ll show you how to use the insertAdjecentHTML() method and how in most cases you can use it as a great alternative to the innerHTML property.

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