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DOM Reference and Links
- The different DOM Levels
- This paper is based on the abstracts of each DOM specification. It
explains briefly what each DOM Level brings with regard to functionality,
and the degree of support of Mozilla for that part of the specs.
- Links to specifications and tutorials
- A huge list of links to specifications and tutorials. If you couldn't
find the information you wanted on this site, you will probably find it
within these links.
- Using the DOM Level 1 Core (draft)
- An excellent introduction to the DOM. For beginners, the main concepts
and ideas are explained.
- Fundamental DOM Level 1 Techniques
- This technote is an overview of some powerful, fundamental DOM Level 1
access, control, and remove elements dynamically.
- Whitespace handling in the DOM
- This paper makes it easy to work with whitespace nodes in the DOM.
Even if they seem a little annoying, they can be useful when used right.
- Sample code, courtesy of mozilla.org
- API for setting CSSP
- CSSP enables you to position, hide, show, and stack HTML elements on
the page. This specification was incorporated in the CSS2 spec. Learn how
to modify your CSSP dynamically, and in a cross-browser way.
- Code generator
- CSS1 enables you to control the style and presentation of HTML
elements. However CSS1 rules are static and hard-coded. This technote