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Summary

Now you know how to create behaviors. If you’ve been working your way through the exercises in the last two chapters, you’re also getting pretty familiar with the idea of API requirements and procedures, and the whole concept of authoring and testing extension code. And if you’ve been thinking about all the different ways you want to extend Dreamweaver, you may be chomping at the bit when you realize how much you don’t know, and how much you can’t do with just what you have learned so far. You can’t create custom inspectors for the custom objects you made; you can’t insert JavaScripts in any formation other than function/function call; you can’t do anything that involves examining and altering existing user code—all you can do so far is insert new user code.

All that is about to change. Put your propeller hats on, fasten your seatbelts, and get ready to learn all about the Document Object Model (DOM) and what you can do with it.


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