onafterprint HTML Attribute

The "onafterprint" attribute in HTML is an event attribute which can be added to an element, that when triggered, runs a script after the user has finished printing the content of the current page. The attribute value is a string containing the JavaScript code that should be executed when the event is fired.

For example, in the following code snippet, the onafterprint attribute is used to alert the user after they have finished printing the content of the current page:


<body onafterprint="alert('Content has been printed!')">

The onafterprint attribute can be used on the body element or on any other HTML element you want to run the script after it's been printed, it's useful to log or track the print actions on a website, or to provide a message to the user after they have finished printing the content.

It's worth noting that the onafterprint attribute is supported by some modern browsers, but not all, so it's important to check the browser compatibility before using it in your website.

In summary, the "onafterprint" attribute in HTML is an event attribute which can be added to an element, that when triggered, runs a script after the user has finished printing the content of the current page. It's useful to log or track the print actions on a website, or to provide a message to the user after they have finished printing the content. It's supported by some modern browsers but not all, so it's important to check the browser compatibility before using it in your website.