The main problem with Footer copyright year is that it can be difficult to determine when a particular work was first published. This can be important information for determining whether the work is eligible for copyright protection.
This code gets the current year from the Date object, and then updates the copyrightyear element with that year.
The String.parse() function takes a string as input and returns an object or array containing the parsed text. The following example shows how to use the String.parse() function to parse a string containing a list of numbers:
var numbers = “1, 2, 3, 4, 5”;
var parsedNumbers = String.parse(numbers);
The parsedNumbers object contains the following information:
– The number 1 is contained within the first element of the parsedNumbers object (e.g., “1”).
– The number 2 is contained within the second element of the parsedNumbers object (e.g., “2”).
– The number 3 is contained within the third element of the parsedNumbers object (e.g., “3”).
First, we’ll need a few pieces of information. We’ll need the recipient’s email address, the subject of the email, and the message itself. We can get these values by using the window.alert() function.
Next, we’ll create a function that will create our email message. The function will take three arguments: the recipient’s email address, the subject of the email, and the message itself.
Finally, we’ll use the send() function to send our email message. The send() function takes two arguments: the recipient’s email address and the message itself.