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    Dom?

    what is dom?

    please dont give me a link to w3schools (already read it and it didnt help me)

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    The Document Object Model, or DOM, is a W3C standard for accessing and manipulating elements of a document. It is covered largely by the specs listed at <http://w3.org/dom/DOMTR> and is the most used set of JavaScript host objects. It specifies a standard for such things as the document element, the methods getElementById, getElementByTagName, createElement, createTextNode, the collections document.forms, document.images, document.links, and much, much more.
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    OH

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