For example, if you have an HTML element with the id attribute set to “myElement”, like this:
console.log(myElement); // Output:
This behavior applies to global scope, meaning that the global object (window in browsers) will have properties corresponding to each element’s id defined in the HTML document.
However, it’s worth noting that relying on global variables for accessing DOM elements can lead to potential naming conflicts and make your code less modular. It’s generally considered a best practice to use more explicit DOM selection methods, such as getElementById(), to avoid potential issues and improve code readability and maintainability.