Manipulating the DOM with javascript – part 4 of 4

This is the final installment of my four-part tutorial on manipulating the DOM with javascript. So far, we have explored the createElement, appendChild, insertBefore, replaceChild and removeChild functions. In this final post, we will explore the createTextNode function, and will then put it all together into a real world example.

Manipulating the DOM with javascript – part 1 of 4

In one of my recent posts, I attempted to explain and explore the document object model (DOM) a little bit, in order to help you understand how it can be manipulated. In this series of posts, I will explain how to use javascript to work with the DOM. However, it is important to note that the functions we’ll be using inside of this tutorial are defined by the DOM, and can actually be used in some form or another in any programming language that supports XML. I know for a fact that these same functions are also available in PHP, VBScript and Java. I’m certain that they are available in a host of other languages, as well.