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The Document Object Model (DOM) is a web document programming interface. It depicts a page so that programmes can alter the structure, style, and content of the document. The document is represented by the DOM as nodes and objects, allowing programming languages to interact with it.

Yes, DOM objects are JS objects in the context of the browser; however, this is not the case in reverse. However, the DOM API is not limited to Javascript; it defines interfaces that can be implemented in any language; for example, Python has a DOM API, and DOM objects are Python objects in this case.

The Document Object Model, or DOM, is an interface that specifies how a browser interprets an XML or HTML document. JavaScript is allowed to change the structure and appearance of your website. The Content Object Model is a representational tree created by the browser after it reads the HTML document.

The Document Object Model (DOM) is a web document programming interface. It depicts a page so that programmes can alter the structure, style, and content of the document. The document is represented by the DOM as nodes and objects, allowing programming languages to interact with it.

  • Information is stored in memory.
  • You can navigate the tree backwards and forwards (random access)
  • You can edit the tree directly in memory.

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