id property of the
represents the element's identifier, reflecting the
id value is not the empty string, it must be unique in a document.
id is often used with
getElementById() to retrieve a particular element. Another common case is to use an
element's ID as a selector when styling
the document with CSS.
Note: Identifiers are case-sensitive, but you should avoid creating IDs that differ only in the capitalization.
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- The DOM id global attribute.