Text interface represents a text
node in a DOM tree.
To understand what a text node is, consider the following document:
<html class="e"><head><title>Aliens?</title></head> <body>Why yes. </body></html>
In that document, there are three text nodes, with the following contents:
Aliens?" (the contents of the
\n" (after the
</head>end tag, a newline followed by a space)
Why yes.\n" (the contents of the
Each of those text nodes is an object that has the properties and methods documented in this article.
Returns a new
Textnode with the parameter as its textual content.
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