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Figure 1-13 lists some of the most useful. asp/. Currently, the above example works in two steps (getting the object, and then manipulating it). Although this two-step maneuver is probably the clearest approach, it’s possible to combine these two steps into one line, which scripts often do. innerHTML = "This Page Is Dynamic" Remember, the advantage to getting an object first is that you can change several properties one after the other, without needing to look up the XHTML object using getElementById() each time.
GetElementById() method, you supply the ID of the XHTML element you’re looking for. getElementById("PageTitle") This code gets the object for the
element shown earlier and stores it in a variable named titleObject. By storing the object in a variable (titleObject), you can perform a series of operations on it without having to look it up more than once. So what, exactly, can you do with XHTML objects? To a certain extent, the answer depends on the type of element you’re working with. For example, if you have a hyperlink, you can change its URL.
Add Interactivity to Your Site The Mini Missing Manual by Matthew MacDonald