An Introduction to the W3C DOM

Thursday June 17th, 1999

Mitch Gould has brought to our attention an article he did for WebReview entitled "The DOM in Version 5 Browsers". I'll let Mitch give you the lowdown:

"...a clear, concise introduction to cross-browser DHTML using the W3C DOM, complete with a working example that creates, modifies, and destroys a table. This example also illustrates the model/view/controller design pattern for user interfaces built with the DOM. BONUS: get the animated 'gryphon' W3C DOM badge to embed in your pages that use the DOM API."

#4 DSSL engine ??

by Anon

Friday June 18th, 1999 1:36 PM

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A integrated DSSL engine within Mozilla would be a great step forward. Think about publishers or big firms which use DSSL for their documents. If Mozilla 5 implements DSSL, there would be no need anymore for the MS-XSL. Think about it. ANd then tell me there in the source tree the DSSL engine sits, and how to enable it !!

Last but not least mozillaZine should file an article about this great step in mozilla's history...