HTMLElement.innerText - Web APIs | MDN
The innerText property of the HTMLElement interface represents the "rendered" text content of a node and its descendants. As a getter, it approximates the text the user would get if they highlighted the contents of the element with the cursor and then copied it to the clipboard.
HTML DOM innerText Property - w3schools.com
The innerText property sets or returns the text content of the specified node, and all its descendants. If you set the innerText property, any child nodes are removed and replaced by a single Text node containing the specified string. Note: This property is similar to the textContent property, however there are some differences:
innerHTML, innerText and textContent | David Tong
innerHTML, innerText, textContent, html() and text()? Assuming we have a div block that contains two lines of text and a hyperlink. We want to enable inline editing so that we only edit the text and not HTML.
The poor, misunderstood innerText — Perfection Kills
The poor, misunderstood innerText. Few things are as misunderstood and misused on the web as innerText property. That quirky, non-standard way of element's text retrieval, introduced by Internet Explorer and later "copied" by both WebKit/Blink and Opera for web-compatibility reasons.
XmlNode.InnerText Property (System.Xml) | Microsoft Docs
The concatenated values of the node and all its child nodes.
Node.textContent - Web APIs | MDN
Differences from innerText. Don't get confused by the differences between Node.textContent and HTMLElement.innerText. Although the names seem similar, there are important differences: textContent gets the content of all elements, including