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- From: Jonathan Robie <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: Andrea Anders <anders@Rcs1.urz.tu-dresden.de>
- Date: Fri, 05 Jun 1998 09:40:01 -0400
At 12:13 PM 6/5/98 +0200, Andrea Anders wrote:
>can anyone tell me (in simple words) what DOM is?
The DOM is a programming API for XML and HTML documents.
>Is there only a relation to XML or also to HTML/SGML.
It doesn't include support for SGML, only for XML and HTML.
>I've read a
>publication on WWW about XML-architecture. It ment the architecture
>consists of XML, XLL, XSL and DOM. Is this correct? How does DOM works
>together with XML, XLL and XSL? And is DOM a really new "thing"?
The DOM can be used to create, navigate, and modify XML documents. As an
API, it should be useful as a way to implement XSL or XLL. Is it new? Well,
it has roots in many older things, but yes, it is new.
I'm enclosing a general introduction to the DOM which may answer your
what is the dom.zip
- From: Andrea Anders <email@example.com>