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How to change CSS with JavaScript?

in CSS & JavaScript on August 23, 2020

We can add, remove or change CSS property values with JavaScript via an element's style property.

Step 1

Get the element via ID or class.

var element = document.getElementById("ID_Name");

Step 2

Change the CSS property.

element.style.opacity = 1;
element.style.fontFamily = 'sans-serif';

The property name changes (not completely!) when we use JavaScript. So, font-family becomes fontFamily.

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