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Future Directions for the DOM 301
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Where Is the DOM Headed Proposed Changes in DOM Level 3 General Changes Abstract Schema Support Error Handling Loading and Saving DOM Documents Attaching Application-Specific Data to Nodes 302 303 303 307 308 309 313
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The Document Object Model: Processing Structured Documents
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Determining Relative Document Positions of Nodes XPath Support Other Potential Future DOM Enhancements XSLT Support in the DOM Transaction-Oriented Processing Conclusion
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Appendix
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DOM Core Level 1 API Reference 337
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DOM Interface Inheritance Tree Interface Attr Properties Methods Interface CDATA Properties Methods Interface CharacterData Properties Methods Interface Comment Properties Methods Interface Document Properties Methods Interface DocumentFragment Properties Methods Interface DocumentType Properties Methods Interface DOMImplementation Properties Methods Interface DOMException Constants Properties Methods 338 338 339 339 339 340 340 340 340 341 343 343 343 343 343 344 347 347 347 347 348 348 348 349 349 349 349 350 350
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Contents
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Interface Element Properties Methods Interface Entity Properties Methods Interface EntityReference Properties Methods Interface NamedNodeMap Properties Methods Interface Node Constants Properties Methods Interface NodeList Properties Methods Interface Notation Properties Methods Interface ProcessingInstruction Properties Methods Interface Text Properties Methods
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Index 365
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Acknowledgments
et me say right up front that this is my first full-length book, and I am very grateful to have worked with a wonderful team at McGraw-Hill/Osborne Most of my writing up until this point had been in pursuit of much smallerscale projects, and the McGraw-Hill/Osborne team made sure the book went smoothly In particular, I want to thank Jim Schachterle for seeing the potential for a book about the Document Object Model, for believing in me, and for getting the project approved Next, thanks to Timothy Madrid for making sure chapters stayed on schedule, and to Laura Stone for all the editing help and for putting up with all those times I changed my mind about something in mid-stream Special thanks go to Andrew Woolridge, my technical editor, whom I ve known since the early Dreamweaver days When I had to find someone with the technical ability to review pages of JavaScript, C++, and Java code, Andrew came through I couldn t have completed this book without the help of everyone mentioned above You hold the completed work of all of us in your hands; I hope it helps you create the next generation of web applications
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Introduction
eb applications have come a long way since the release of Netscape Navigator 20, the first web browser to have a scripting language embedded in it That language, JavaScript, allowed developers for the first time to manipulate their web pages directly in the user s browser From those humble beginnings arose the Document Object Model, a full-fledged specification of standard methods and properties for working with HTML and XML data The need for a standard API for working with these types of documents became clear almost immediately after HTML and XML technologies began to catch on with the Internet development community The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) realized that the types of operations needed to work with these documents were common enough that they could be specified in a portable way, allowing different document-processing application vendors to offer a standard interface This, in turn, allowed developers to focus their energies on building their applications rather than figuring out which browser or platform they would need to port their work to With this book, you learn to use the DOM to work with HTML and XML data in a variety of settings, including web browsers, server-side applications, and consumer client applications The DOM is language independent, so you don t need to worry about learning an unfamiliar programming language The DOM is also available in most of the web browsers in use today, such as Internet Explorer 5 and later and Netscape Navigator 6 and later (and Mozilla 10 and later), so finding a place to test your applications should be easy You also learn the different ways of manipulating documents and their content, how to provide the user with new kinds of user interfaces, and how to help lighten the server s load by moving some processing to the client
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