- Manipulating text involves formatting and styling options
- Rendering techniques include text formatting, aligning, and visibility
The most basic use of the display function is to output text directly onto your webpage. For example, you can use the following code to display the text “Hello, world!” on your webpage:
This will display the text “Hello, world!” on your webpage in the exact format in which it is written.
This will display the text “Hello, world!” in bold on your webpage. You can use other HTML tags to format text as well, such as the tag for bold text and the tag for italicized text.
You can also concatenate strings together to create more complex text output. For example, you can use the following code to display the text “Hello” followed by “world!” on your webpage:
document.display("Hello " + "world!");
This will display the text “Hello world!” on your webpage.
This will output the text “Hello, world!” to the console, which can be accessed through your web browser’s developer tools.
Q: Can I manipulate the text before displaying it?
Q: How can I handle advanced text rendering options?