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Html onclick

I was looking at a source code then i saw onclick="javascript: ... .innerHtml" (... is irrelevant) what is the purpose of 'javascript:"

7/23/2020 1:45:04 PM

Eren

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Event attribute calling using js.

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Eren the short answer is to cause or behave in different ways in response to a user's actions. However, js has a wide variety of creative abilities.

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Eren you are referring to the behavior or action in a designer's purpose or animation ???

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Eren I have a code or two which can demonstrate onclick https://code.sololearn.com/WKk3i5vHt4SY/?ref=app https://code.sololearn.com/W0SnL3Jhi4kb/?ref=app and a link to an article about onclick https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/web-design-html-css-javascript https://www.w3schools.com/jsref/event_onclick.asp

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BroFar do you have any link or documentation that explains it further? I need to know what it does exaxtly

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BroFar no i know what an onclick is i was asking about the "javascript:" part that was set to onclick edit: onclick="javascript:main.innerHtml" ehat is the purpose of "javascript:"

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BroFar litteraly the argument This text ---> javascipt: <------ javasricpt: in the onclick argument

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shubham kumar is it set by default because when we use functions we usually dont put it there

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Eren ,To Onclick attribute added to any tag we have to assign function of js for its working.

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Eren it looks like imo that it is from where "javascript:" to fire and which part "main." and what to fire "innerHtml" I looked at several sources and it looks like an sql format not (a) typical as onclick=main()