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HTML Document Object Model

From: Zeno <zenem@earthlink.net>
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2000 21:55:52 -0800
To: w3c-translators@w3.org
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Hello, everyone,

I am new to this list, and I did not see this question in the
archives.

In this question, I will be referring to the French and Spanish
translations of XHTML 1.0 which are located at:

French: http://www.la-grange.net/w3c/xhtml1/
Spanish: http://leo.worldonline.es/jlgranad/xhtml/xhtml1.htm

An object model is a model for an object in any language, I am sure.
But...

In French we have:
     Modèle Objet de Document HTML
     = an object model of an HTML document.

In Spanish we have:
     Modelo del Objeto Documento de HTML
     = a model of the HTML Document Object

Have I understood these translations correctly?
Is only one of them correct?
Is the HTML Document Object Model:
     (1) an object model of an HTML document;
     (2) a model of an HTML document object?
Or, is the translation of this simply language-specific?

Thank you,
   - Zeno
Received on Tuesday, 15 February 2000 00:58:51 UTC

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