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This part of the reference documents DOM 1 Core and DOM 2 Core. We describe and give examples for every interface, property and method defined in those specifications, and document their support in modern desktop browsers. For a basic introduction to the DOM please see What is the DOM? (coming soon!) Generalization, specialization, and inheritance of DOM Interfaces The following diagram shows how DOM interfaces inherit from one another:
Edit in place (also called in-place editing) follows the axiom Alan Cooper calls "allow input wherever you have output". The combobox – a form element unfortunately absent from HTML – demonstrates this. In the same place where the current selection is displayed, the user can enter a value directly.
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