Building a Paperless Service: Making the Internship by Theresa M. Vitolo, Aaron J. Sparks

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Color = randomColor(); The individual rules within a style sheet can be programmatically accessed, as well. However, here, the web browsers differ from each other. Internet Explorer supports the rules property, whereas all other browsers use the cssRules property. The one exception is the Opera browser, which supports neither of these two. Note that you can access the rules and then, for instance, change them. Every rule behaves like a generic HTML element: You use the style property to access all styles, and then modify or add styles.

Within the Document Object Model, all page elements are placed in a treelike hierarchy. Every HTML tag is a node within this tree, with subnodes and parent nodes. Also, every text portion is its own DOM node (a text node, to be exact). 1 shows the DOM Inspector for a simple sample document. 1. The DOM Inspector shows all nodes of a document. [View full size image] Of course, the DOM API supports methods to not only access elements in the DOM tree, but also add and remove elements. Therefore, it is possible to modify virtually anything on the page.

63 64 Some sample text. Some sample text. Some sample text. Some sample text. Some sample text. Some sample text. Some sample text. Some sample text. Some sample text. Some sample text. setInterval("animate();", 100); A rather rare, but still used, DHTML scenario is not only positioning an element, but also moving and therefore animating an element. setInterval() come in handy. The following code animates an ad banner diagonally over the page. The only potential issue is how to animate the position.

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