Selecting the Element
document.querySelector() functions. Let’s say you want to replace a div with the ID “oldElement.”
const oldElement = document.getElementById('oldElement');
Creating the New Element
Next, you’ll need to create the new element you want to replace the old one with. This can be any HTML element you desire. For simplicity, let’s create a new paragraph element.
const newElement = document.createElement('p');
newElement.textContent = 'This is the new element!';
Making the Swap
Now comes the fun part—actually replacing the old element with the new one. Use the
replaceWith() method to achieve this.
And there you have it! The old element has been replaced by the shiny new one.
Now, go ahead and let your creativity flow in the world of web development!
Remember, every line of code is a step toward creating something awesome.