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14 Free JavaScript Libraries, Frameworks and Templates for Better Web Presentations The primary purpose of JavaScript is to write JavaScript functions that are embedded in or included from HTML web pages and interact with the Object Model">Document Object Model (DOM) of the page. Because JavaScript code can run locally in a user's browser (rather than on a remote server), the browser can respond to user actions quickly, making a web application more responsive.

Furthermore, JavaScript code can capture user actions which HTML can not, such as individual keystrokes. Because JavaScript is the only language that the most popular browsers share support for, it has become a target language for many frameworks (jQuery, MooTools, etc) in other languages, even though JavaScript was never intended to be such a language.


Use DOM to Insert External JavaScript files In this JavaScript article tutorial, jsB@nk is happy to show you another JavaScript solution to include external JavaScript files in your web pages. This JavaScript method uses DOM (Document Object Model) to process. Please go to the inner post-page for full completed instructions and JavaScript source codes for samples, along with many reality problems.

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DOM Image Rollover v3.0 Image rollovers represent the classic and 'timeless' JavaScript effect. Well, this DOM script makes the process of adding them as simple as can be, by allowing you to apply a rollover to any image through just the insertion of a class attribute inside the image's tag.This script works in all DOM (Document Object Model) compliant browsers.


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