W3C releases first DOM draft

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has released the first working draft of the upcoming Document Object Model (DOM) draft specification. The Document Object Model is the basis for the Dynamic HTML Microsoft added to Internet Explorer 4.0 and, to a lesser extent, Netscape's own "dynamic HTML" in Navigator 4.0. The DOM specification does not add any new tags to HTML, but rather adds interactive features through scripting and style sheet enhancements.

For more information about DOM, please visit the W3C Document Object Model Web site

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