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Re: DOM

From: Jeff Yates <PBWiz@mail.pbwizard.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2001 11:46:40 -0400
Message-Id: <200106071146.AA776274222@mail.pbwizard.com>
To: <www-dom@w3.org>, "Van Den Bemt Patrick (P.)" <pvanden2@ford.com>
Van, 

Danny Goodman's JavaScript Bible, 3rd edition (ISBN: 0764531883) covers the DOM.

I personally learned it via the specs.  They really are easy to follow, but to each there own.

Jeff Yates.
http://www.pbwizard.com


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Sridhar Gopal Manavarthe" <sridhar.gopal@wipro.com>
Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2000 16:18:06 +0530

hi Van,
the best is to down load apache dom parsers from
www.xml.apache.org/xerces-j
and look at the examples provided along with the parsers,which would
really help.

along with are provided the explanations for the examples

Regards,
sridhar

> Hi there,
> I am new in the HTML, DHTML, XML, DOM etc.
> I recently studied HTML and DHTML and learned about the DOM at very
high level. Now I want to skill myself to start using the DOM in
practice.
> There is so much information on the W3C.ORG site that I really don't
know where to start.
>
> I am currently looking for some very good books, reference manuals on
DOM objects, their functionalities, methods, properties and behaviours.
> Maybe somebody can help me by sending me some references (as ISBN
numbers etc.).
>
> I appreciate any help on this.
>
> Best regards,
>
> Patrick
>
>





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