XML DOM nodeValue Property


Document Object Reference Document Object

Definition and Usage

The nodeValue property sets or returns the value of a node, depending on its type.

Syntax

documentObject.nodeValue

In all examples, we will use the XML file books.xml, and the JavaScript function loadXMLDoc().

Example

The following code fragment displays the node name and node value of the root node:

Example

xmlDoc=loadXMLDoc("books.xml");

document.write("Nodename: " + xmlDoc.nodeName);
document.write(" (value: " + xmlDoc.childNodes[0].nodeValue);

Output:

Nodename: #document (value: version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"

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