Re: [WSG] Anyone know of any good DOM tutorials?

2004-09-06 Thread Mugur Padurean
Hi, and good morning (again :) ! Project seven http://www.projectseven.com/tutorials/navigation/swapclassmenu/index.htm has something that may be helpfull to you. Not straight away but with a little tweaking ... :) Also usefull in your case (i think):

RE: [WSG] Anyone know of any good DOM tutorials?

2004-09-05 Thread Seona Bellamy
to it? Seona. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Michael Nelson Sent: Saturday, 4 September 2004 8:45 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [WSG] Anyone know of any good DOM tutorials? Seona, Is there good reason not to use CSS

RE: [WSG] Anyone know of any good DOM tutorials?

2004-09-05 Thread Lee Roberts
: RE: [WSG] Anyone know of any good DOM tutorials? Hi Michael, No, :hover isn't an option since what I want to do is have stuff hidden when you print it. I'm using Zeldman's toggle script, and I want to set it up so that only expanded items will print (at the moment the headings of non

[WSG] Anyone know of any good DOM tutorials?

2004-09-03 Thread Seona Bellamy
Hi guys, Anyone know where I can find a good, easy to follow online tutorial on using the DOM to control elements on a webpage? Specifically, I need to change the class of an element to a different class. Cheers, Seona. __ ella

Re: [WSG] Anyone know of any good DOM tutorials?

2004-09-03 Thread Michael Nelson
Hmm... not sure about a tutorial, but adapting Patrick Griffaths DOM example for avoiding email spam at http://www.htmldog.com/ptg/archives/63.php would give something like: function changeClass(id, newclass){ elementToChange = document.getElementById(id);

Re: [WSG] Anyone know of any good DOM tutorials?

2004-09-03 Thread Michael Nelson
Seona, Is there good reason not to use CSS psuedo classes such as :hover etc? (http://www.htmldog.com/guides/cssintermediate/pseudoclasses/) I guess you're doing something more complex than the example below... On Sat, 2004-09-04 at 08:28, Michael Nelson wrote: Hmm... not sure about a

Re: [WSG] Anyone know of any good DOM tutorials?

2004-09-03 Thread Tony Aslett
Hi Seona, Mozilla has really good DOM resources http://www.mozilla.org/docs/dom/ http://www.mozilla.org/docs/dom/domref/ This might be specifically what you want http://www.mozilla.org/docs/dom/domref/dom_el_ref4.html#1027595 Tony Aslett http://www.csscreator.com/ Seona Bellamy wrote: Hi guys,