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JavaScript One Solution

The inner Html question

In this video, I saw the element append into the parent element, but i am little confuse, there is new element Input insert into the parent element. It only add the opening tag at the innerhtml, no closing tag. So, why this happen?

I hope someone can help me out, thank you so much!!

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
220,416 Points

Not every element uses two tags, and for proper HTML the "input" element must not have an end tag.

For more details, see the MDN page on <input>.

Sorry for the late reply. Oh, i forget it. Thank you so much!