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If we add another element here--let me add a headline--you will see that that element gets added into the document structure. If I add a paragraph, that also gets added, and if I create an element like an emphasis tag inside my paragraph, that gets added as a children of this paragraph object. Now, if you do add a div with an ID then that ID becomes a way that you can target that particular element.
Now that I have targeted that div in that variable, I can use that variable and modify the innerHTML, which is the HTML inside the element, to be whatever I want. In my case, I want to use the request and then look for the responseText. Let's go ahead and save this, and I'll switch over to my browser, and I'll load up the page and you could see the document has loaded Hello World into just the ID for update. So let me go ahead and right-click and Inspect Element.
We could see the div with the ID of update is right here, and I have inserted the text Hello World from my external document into that div. So getElementById combined with innerHTML gives you a very quick way to update any element in your DOM as long as it has an ID. This is sort of like a laser that lets you target an individual element very quickly.
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