Document Object Model


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Document Object Model

(hypertext, language, World-Wide Web)
A W3C specification for application program interfaces for accessing the content of HTML and XML documents.

http://w3.org/DOM/.
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Begins with an exploration of fundamental jQuery concepts such as Document Object Model (DOM) scripting
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It uses open standards such as J2EE, JavaScript, CSS, Document Object Model, and XML for easier development and ongoing maintenance that leverages existing software development skills.

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