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Macromedia s Dreamweaver application is a popular HTML authoring tool that exposes a DOM interface to its documents Developers can create extensions to Dreamweaver using the familiar HTML and JavaScript languages, and these extensions have full access to the documents open in the application as well as in persistent storage In this section, we ll examine Dreamweaver s support for the DOM and take a look at how Dreamweaver differs in its support from browsers such as Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer
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Dreamweaver is available directly from Macromedia as well as third-party software resellers A trial version is also downloadable from the Macromedia website (macromediacom/software/dreamweaver/), which will last for 30 days This version is fully functional, and you can try out the examples in this chapter in the trial version
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Dreamweaver supports a limited subset of DOM Level 1, along with the Internet Explorer attributes innerHTML and outerHTML Table 6-2 lists the DOM methods and properties supported by Dreamweaver
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nodeType parentNode childNodes documentElement body URL tagName innerHTML outerHTML data getElementsByTagName() hasChildNodes() getAttribute() setAttribute() removeAttribute() Table 6-2
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Supported by all document objects Supported by all document objects Supported by all document objects Supported by the Document object Supported by the Document object Supported by the Document object Supported by all HTML tag elements Supported by all HTML tag elements Supported by all HTML tag elements Supported by Text and Comment nodes Supported by the Document object and all HTML tag elements Supported by all document objects Supported by all HTML tag elements Supported by all HTML tag elements Supported by all HTML tag elements
Supported DOM Methods and Properties in Dreamweaver
Getting to Know the API
The Dreamweaver application supports a very rich and robust API for creating all kinds of extensions with different capabilities and intended uses For the purposes of this section, we will focus on one kind of Dreamweaver extension that allows developers the most power and flexibility when working with documents: the Dreamweaver Command extension Command extensions are written as HTML files with embedded JavaScript and/or JavaScript contained within external js files The HTML file can contain an optional HTML <FORM> tag, which, if present, signals the application that the extension has a user interface When the user invokes the command, the extension s form (if it has one) is displayed in a modal dialog box, where the user is allowed to enter values for whatever form elements the extension developer has made available The extension can then use this input to perform its work Commands are not required to have such a form, however, and if they do not, then whatever JavaScript code is contained within the onLoad event handler of the HTML file s <BODY> tag is executed when the user invokes the command
6: Applications
Command extensions are stored inside the Commands folder, which is located inside the Configuration folder, which is located in the same folder as the Dreamweaver application itself When a command is placed inside this folder, it shows up in Dreamweaver s Commands menu, as shown in Figure 6-3 Each command is listed in the menu according to the contents of its <TITLE> tag The following code illustrates a sample Dreamweaver command extension that displays an alert when invoked from the Commands menu:
<HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE>Sample Extension</TITLE> </HEAD> <BODY onLoad="alert('hello world!')"> </BODY> </HTML>
Figure 6-3
The Dreamweaver Commands menu
The Document Object Model: Processing Structured Documents
There is a global object in Dreamweaver s JavaScript namespace that represents the application object, called dreamweaver (or dw for short) Many of the application s properties and methods are accessed using the dreamweaver object, as you ll see in the following section
Using the Dreamweaver DOM
Using the Dreamweaver DOM API is strikingly similar to using the DOM in a regular browser, with some notable exceptions Because Dreamweaver is an editing application, not just a viewing application, there are methods and properties available to do things such as manipulate the current selection in the document, create new documents, and load and save documents from disk In this section, we ll examine how some common DOM operations are accomplished using the Dreamweaver API To create the command extensions that will be needed to run the code, we will use this document as a template:
<HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE>Sample Extension</TITLE> <SCRIPT> function doIt() { // scripts will go here } </SCRIPT> </HEAD> <BODY onLoad="doIt()"> </BODY> </HTML>
For each example, the corresponding script code will be inserted into the doIt() function and the file will be saved into the Commands folder
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