Properties of Document Object
Access to the document object properties is required to edit the content of web pages. Let's look at the document object's properties that it has access to and can modify.
The window object is at the top of the hierarchy and includes methods for setting properties like document and location.
When loaded into the browser window, the web page becomes the document object. The web page content is contained in this structure, which resembles a tree. It includes methods to access the web content through the DOM, such as getElementById and getElementByName.
When a link tag is used, an object or attribute is said to be a link object.
Anchor objects are the things the href tag uses to refer to in links.
A form represents a form on a web page enclosed between the form> and /form> tags.
Form Control Elements:
Various controls may be present on the form, including buttons, radio buttons, and text input fields.
These are a few quick facts about the Document Object Model and its properties. Is it helpful? Could you share it in the comment section?
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