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Default 2nd new article today: JavaScript and the DOM

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A new article from the author of Web Standards Programmer's Reference, Steven M. Schafer, has been posted. This excerpt from chapter 21 "The Document Object Model" is the first in a 3-part series on the topic from the chapter. Here's the beginning of the article:
 
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quote:Most Web programmers are familiar with Dynamic HTML (DHTML) and the underlying Document Object Models developed by Netscape and Microsoft for their respective browsers. However, there is a unifying Document Object Model (DOM) developed by the W3C that is less well known and, hence, used less often. The W3C DOM has several advantages over the DHTML DOM — using its node structure it is possible to easily navigate and change documents despite the user agent used to display them. This article covers the basics of the W3C DOM and teaches you how to use JavaScript to transverse the nodes within it.

Here's the link to the complete article:
http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/Section/id-291426.html

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