var fileInput = document.createElement("input"); fileInput.type = "file"; fileInput.id = "myFileInput"; var fileLabel = document.createElement("label"); fileLabel.htmlFor = "myFileInput"; fileLabel.innerText = "Choose a file"; document.body.appendChild(fileInput); document.body.appendChild(fileLabel);
In the above example, a file input element is created using the createElement method with the “input” tag name. The type property is set to “file” to indicate that the input should accept files. An id property is also set for the input element.
A label element is created using the createElement method with the “label” tag name. The htmlFor property is set to the id of the file input element, so that clicking on the label will activate the file input. The text of the label is set using the innerText property.
Both the file input and label elements are appended to the body of the HTML page using the appendChild method.
Note that this is a simplified example and you will need to modify it to suit your specific requirements, such as adding event listeners to the file input element to handle file selection, or modifying the styling of the label element.
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