One of the most important tasks when working with style animation on elements is changing or removing the class name from the element.
You create animation script using class names and IDs, and also for moving you simply modify or delete the class name or even the ID of HTML element of a webpage.
This avoids having to rewrite the complete animation script for the additional components, which can raise the load upon that server.
The remove function of the chosen element's classList function can be called after the element has been provided.
The classList function lists every class connected to the given element.
You can choose the class you wish to get rid of and provide it to the remove technique by choosing it from the class list.
The remove method also accepts multiple arguments. The element will be stripped of all the classes that specify, so feel free to supply as many as you want.
- We begin our code with the tags HTML, and HEAD. and we combine the meta tag with the initial scale, viewport, and content.
- Next, we make our website interactive by adding the STYLE element to the CSS stylesheet.
- For the elements of mystyle, we utilise the width as a percentage, the padding as pixels, the background colour as grey, the font colour as white, the font size as pixels, and the border as pixels.
- Finally, we cover STYLE & HEAD. The code we'd like to display here on web page starts with the phrase "and begins with body of the code."
- Using the P tag, which is used for composing paragraphs, we add some text to the body.
- The button with the onclick event is then created, and when the user clicks it, the function is activated.
- Next, we construct the div class, which has all of the stylistic characteristics and its own id.
- After that, we stop using DIV and begin using the SCRIPT element to start the page's script.
- We write a script to build a function that the user calls when they click a button.
- After creating the variable, we build the div class.
- After that, we employ the delete technique to eliminate any styling for the div class element.
- Finally, we use SCRIPT, BODY, and HTML elements to wrap up our code.
Based on the manner in which you wish to remove that class or which library you're using, you can employ a number of different techniques.