Netscape 6, Part IV: DOM Differences and Commonalities with IE5.x : A Final Word - Doc JavaScript | WebReference

Netscape 6, Part IV: DOM Differences and Commonalities with IE5.x : A Final Word - Doc JavaScript


Netscape 6, Part IV: DOM Differences and Commonalities with IE5.x

A Final Word

In this column we continued our look at scripting Netscape 6. We went over a number of differences between Internet Explorer's and Netscape 6's DOMs. The duality of the document and documentElement node is really a problem. We showed you which properties are supported by each browser for these nodes. We demonstrated how to use the lower root node, documentElement, as well as the innerHTML property, browser-independently. The ownership relationship is really missing in Internet Explorer. We gave you a few examples that use this property. We also showed how to remove and add attributes, and how to create document fragment. We reiterated how to access elements in Netscape 6.

In this column, you have learned:

Further Reading

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