This is a simple way to get the height of an element. Just enter the height of the element, then select the “get height” option on the right side of the text box. You will receive a response that will include the height of the element.
In some cases, you can also just use the function. I like this one because it gets the height of a specific element, so you can easily tell if someone is messing with you.
It’s always good to verify that you’re getting the height of the element that you’re targeting.
It is not uncommon to have an element that is outside of the element that you want. If your target element is in parentElement, you need to get the parent element of the element you want. If the parent element is in childElement, you only need to get the child element of the parent element.
When using a node, you will need to get the node’s parentElement using the console.
The issue here is that this function returns a DOM element, which is not really what we want. So we have to use another function to get the height of the element. This is where the getElementByID function comes into play. It is similar in concept to getElementById, but instead of returning a DOM element, it returns an element that is the same as what you originally passed in the id.