Attribute – Onclick Event Attribute

Onclick Event Attribute

When the element is clicked fires a event.

It works just like the onclick method or addEventListener('click') to the element.

<element onclick="event"></element>

event can be a JavaScript function or you can write raw JavaScript


Changing the color of a <p> element when clicked

<p id="text" onclick="redify()">Change my color</p> <script> function redify(){ let text = document.querySelector('#text'); = "red"; } </script>

Using raw JavaScript onclick attribute:

<button onclick="alert('Hello')">Hello World</button>

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