Copy found at Wayback Machine Archive. HTML Replacement is functionality to replace the contents of an HTML tag. The contents could be the element’s data or could consist of one or more embedded HTML elements. Internet Explorer has four proprietary methods to replace the contents of an HTML tag: innerHTML to replace the contents with new HTML […]
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X-Objects: Creating the new X-Objects
Copy found on Wayback Machine. The original cross-browser objects encapsulated browser-specific DHTML implementation behind a set of exposed interfaces, making it easier to change the implementation if needed, and easier to create and maintain my DHTML pages. When a new browser version (or browser) releases, I can make changes to handle the new implementation details […]
Copy found on Wayback Machine. Since Dynamic HTML was first introduced in 1997, I’ve always provided code that allows DHTML to be used with the two most popular browsers: Netscape’s Navigator and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. To make cross-browser DHTML easier to work with, I created a set of cross-browser objects, which I’ve used for all […]