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JavaScript for Web Designers: DOM Scripting

A note from the editors: We’re pleased to share Chapter 5 of Mat Marquis' new book, JavaScript for Web Designers, available now from A Book Apart. Before we do anything with a page, you and I need to have a talk about something very important: the Document Object Model. There are two purposes to the DOM: providing JavaScript with a map of all the elements on our page, and providing us with a set of methods for accessing those elements, their attributes, and their contents.
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