1428RE: [NH] oh danny boy
- Dec 11, 2000
> -----Original Message-----Hi Piotr
> From: Piotr Bienkowski [mailto:syntax@...]
> Sent: Monday, 11 December 2000 7:57 p.m.
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> Subject: Re: [NH] oh danny boy
> > this. Hot of the pdf press, made for your printer , Danny Goodmans
> > ftp://ftp.dannyg.com/JSB4quickref.zip
> I rushed to download the thing, but then I saw that it was for IE4+,
It would pay to print the pdf document out to see what it does contain.
bible' and this pdf file contains
In 12 printed pages it covers
The original document object model
The ie4+ object model
The W3c DOM object model as implemented by ie5 and ns6
IMHO ..This one handy free reference.
> but as I read in Simon North's book on XML, IE5 has a different DOMAh this is a bit confusing
> than IE4
ie4 introduced Dynamic HTML (DHTML) Object Model which is is implemented by
Microsoft's HTML parsing and rendering engine (MSHTML).
Ie5 introduces W3c DOM methods... The same upgraded engine (MSHTML) does the
parsing for html documents(and this includes xhtml )
However with ie5 you can also parse XML. This involves a different parser ,
The Microsoft XML Parser (MSXML). By instantiating this , you can apply DOM
methods with the xml documents or document fragments.
Since ie5 was released Ms has improved it's xml parser. This parser is now
version 3 and has pretty much full w3c DOM compliance.
As an aside , since xhtml documents are 'well formed' you can also parse
these with the Microsoft XML Parser (MSXML).
> Anything on IE5 out there, except from W3C?Wrox has a couple of books out.
One on ie5 and dynamic html.(IMHO .not very good)
One on ie5 and xml. (ok)
You also might find interesting
from a ns6 DOM point of view, an article I thought was pretty good was
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