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3: Understanding the Document Object Model
Understanding the DOM Accessing objects in the DOM Working with properties and methods Adding and removing DOM objects Exploring DOM objects
s we start introducing scripting to you, we dance around the Document Object Model (DOM) in two chapters We allude to it We used it in some scripting examples, but now we dive head first into the DOM, which is the heart of scripting Web pages In this chapter, you explore the DOM and how to work with it to create interactive scripts for your Web pages
What Is the DOM
The Document Object Model (DOM) is a scripting interface to HTML and XML documents That s a geeky way of saying that the DOM allows you to access, tap into, and even modify the structure of your Web page by using scripting As its name suggests, the DOM is a modeled structure that describes the relationships of all elements on a document through a hierarchy The DOM also defines which properties, methods, and events are available for each of its objects The DOM is a standard set by the W3C, the Web standards body All newer browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, and Opera, for example) support the Level 1 and Level 2 versions of the DOM (Level 1 focused on HTML, and Level 2 refined the standard to support XML and XHTML documents)
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<html> <head> <title>Great Novelists Online</title> </head> <body> <h1>Best Opening Lines</h1> <p id= p1 >It was the best of times It was the worst of times</p> </body> </html>