DUM, DUM, DOM!

Back on the books tonight and the rest of the DOM chapter. It was about using the Document Object Model to make buttons to move your browser back and forwards history-wise, make text disappear and reappear and also add text typed into a box to show further up the page. ‘Dynamically’ as they say. I’ve found the explanations really hard to visualise. While typing out the examples does certainly help, there’s tons of code that I can only hope I’m only meant to have a vague knowledge of rather than actually know off by heart (I hope). Tomorrow should bring variables, strings and arrays so hopefully more familiar territory.

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