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FAQ Topic - What is the document object model?


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FAQ Topic - What is the document object model?
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This is the collection of objects provided by each browser.
Basically, any object in the window hierarchy is part of the
DOM.  This means that document.writeln(), for example, is not a
javascript method but is, in fact, a method provided by the DOM.
The DOM has been standardised by the World Wide Web Consortium
(W3C); however, like
all W3C standards, browser support is not yet complete.  Most
cross-browser coding problems come from slightly different
implementations of the DOM in the differentbrowsers.
W3 DOM FAQ

http://www.w3.org/DOM/faq.html

The W3C has worked on three versions of the DOM to date. The
third version has not yet achieved the status of a
recommendation

http://www.w3.org/DOM/

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