The TypeError: “innerHTML is not a function” error occurs when we use a innerHTML property as a function instead of assigning a data to it.
To fix the error, use the innerHTML as a property and pass the data to it instead of calling it as a function.
Let’s see an example of how the error occurs and how to fix it:
<div id="row">Data 1</div>
const element = document.getElementById("#row").innerHTML("Hello"); console.log(element);
In the above code, we are getting the error because we are using the “innerHTML” property as a function. To fix the above error use the element.innerHTML and pass the data as a string format.
const element = document.getElementsById("#row"); element.innerHTML = "Hello"
The TypeError: “innerHTML is not a function” error occurs when use a innerHTML property as a function. To fix the error, use the innerHTML property and pass the data as a string format. Example: element.innerHTML = “Good morning” etc.