How to set the shape of the border of the bottom-left corner in JavaScript DOM?

Shubham Vora
Updated on 06-Oct-2022 13:41:04
In this tutorial, we will learn to set the radius of the bottom-left corner of the border using JavaScript DOM. We use borders in our webpage for style or to show some importance. Borders are also used to create a container around an element. If we apply the border for all sides, then it creates a square. By default, each border's corner makes a right angle. To enhance the look of an element, we can change the angle of the corners. We can make the corners rounded by setting their radius. Each corner has a different property to set ... Read More

How to set the position of transformed elements with JavaScript?

Shubham Vora
Updated on 06-Oct-2022 13:32:38
In this tutorial, we will learn how to set the position of transformed elements with JavaScript. When the state of an HTML element changes, the style sheet transform property is called. Elements may be rotated, skewered, moved, and scaled. It happens when the state of an element is changed, such as when you hover the mouse over a button or click it. The transform-origin attribute determines where an element's transformations begin, and the transform-origin refers to the point around which a transformation is applied. For example, you can transform the origin of the rotate() function to the center of rotation. ... Read More

How to set the perspective on how 3D elements are viewed with JavaScript?

Shubham Vora
Updated on 06-Oct-2022 13:26:23
In this tutorial, we will learn how to set the perspective on how 3D elements are viewed with JavaScript. The Division tag is another name for the div tag. In HTML, on a web page, the div tag is used to create content divisions. For example: images, header, text, navigation bar, footer, etc. The div tag has both an opening () and a closing () tag, and closing the tag is required. The div tag is the most commonly used in web development because it allows us to separate data in web pages and create specific sections for specific data ... Read More

How to set the length of the tab-character with JavaScript?

Shubham Vora
Updated on 06-Oct-2022 13:21:28
In this tutorial, we will look at the methods to set the length of the tab character with JavaScript. To set the length of the tab-character, to add more spaces, use the tabSize property. To work it on Firefox, use the MozTabSize property, and set the length of the tab. You can use OTabSize property to set the length of the tab-character in Opera 10.6 to 12.1. Let us look into this in brief. Using the Style tabSize Property The Style tabSize property gets and sets the tab character size. The tab character is a single space character in HTML. ... Read More

How to open a URL in a new tab (and not a new window) using JavaScript?

Abdul Rawoof
Updated on 06-Oct-2022 13:00:55
Opening of a URL in a new tab depends on the browser and the user's browser preferences. There is nothing you can do in code to force open a link strictly in a new tab. However if you want the user to open it in either new tab or window(depending on their preferences) you can add the following attribute to the anchor() tag − target="_blank" This will instruct the browser to leave the current page as is and open the link in a new tab/window. In this article we will discuss how to open a URL in a new ... Read More

How do I parse a URL into hostname and path in javascript?

Abdul Rawoof
Updated on 06-Oct-2022 12:58:38
In this article we will discuss how to parse a URL into hostname and path in JavaScript. Generally, the URL is the address of a given resource on the web. It can be an HTML page, CSS, an image, etc. URL stands for Uniform Resource locater. In this article, we are going to discuss how to parse an URL. URL parsing is a function of traffic management and load-balancing. Using the constructor URL() The constructor of the URL class returns an URL object according to the given parameters. Following is the syntax to create an URL object using this − ... Read More

Explain javascript pass by reference in javascript?

Abdul Rawoof
Updated on 06-Oct-2022 12:48:24
In JavaScript there are two methods one is pass by value and the other is pass by reference. The usage of both depends upon the primitives and objects of JavaScript. JavaScript primitives are undefined, null, Boolean, string, and numbers. So, in JavaScript primitive values are passed by value. And objects and functions are passed by reference in JavaScript. JavaScript pass by Reference In this the address of the variables are directly passed as arguments to the function when it is called. If the argument which is inside the function is changed, then the value of the variable passed from outside ... Read More

Explain javascript pass by value in javascript?

Abdul Rawoof
Updated on 06-Oct-2022 12:44:35
In JavaScript there are two methods one is pass by value and the other is pass by reference. The usage of both depends upon the primitives and objects of JavaScript. JavaScript primitives are undefined, null, Boolean, string, and numbers. So, in JavaScript primitive values are passed by value. And objects and functions are passed by reference in JavaScript. JavaScript pass by Value In this the value of variables are directly passed as arguments to the function when it is called. If the argument which is inside the function is changed, the value of the variable passed from outside the function ... Read More

What are the different types of errors in JavaScript?

Abdul Rawoof
Updated on 06-Oct-2022 12:41:40
Errors will stop the flow of program while it is being compiled or executed resulting in unexpected stopping of the program. JavaScript errors are generally two types, Program errors and Programmer errors. Program Errors− The errors are generated by the program which requires error handlers to manage them. Examples − Network disconnection, HTTP response errors, timeout errors, etc. Programmer Errors− The error generated while writing a code by the programmer itself are called as Programmer Errors. Examples − Syntax errors, reference error, semantic errors etc. Let us see various errors in JavaScript with examples one by one − ... Read More

Function hoisting in JavaScript

Abdul Rawoof
Updated on 06-Oct-2022 12:37:06
JavaScript hoisting refers to a process in which the interpreter appears to move the declaration of a function, variable, or class to the top of its scope before executing code. Functions can be safely used in the program before their declaration. As from the definition it says that it can be used before the declaration, which is one of the advantages of Hoisting. Hoisting can also be done for variables and classes, but by doing so it may lead to errors. Example 1 This example shows the usage of function hoisting. articleName("JavaScript Tutorials") function articleName(str){ console.log("This content ... Read More
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