Published August 25, 2021
To get the hash value from the browser URL, you can use the
location.hash property from the global
For example, let's say we have a URL called
https://mywebsite.com#portfolio in the browser.
As you can see that after the
.com there is a string after the
# symbol (hash symbol). To get that value from the browser URL we can use the
It can be done like this,
// Get the hash value from the browser URL const hashValue = window.location.hash; console.log(hashValue); // #portfolio
- The property returns the
hashvalue with the hash symbol as its prefix.
See the above code live in this codesandbox.
That's all 😃!