By manipulating an element's inner Html you'll be able to change your text and HTML as much as you like.
Each HTML element has an inner HTML property that defines both the HTML code and the text that occurs between that element's opening and closing tag.
By changing an element's inner HTML after some user interaction, you can make much more interactive pages.
However, using inner HTML requires some preparation if you want to be able to use it easily and reliably.
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