NOTE : The following topics are a very
condensed paraphrasing of various documentation provided by Microsoft and
1.0 as supported by Navigator v2.0 and version 1.1 as supported by Navigator
v3.0) can be found at the Netscape Web site at
implementation) can be found in Microsoft's
Client SDK and at their Visual Basic Script web site
and their JScript web site at
The following topics are basically an object quick reference and should not be treated as any kind of replacement for the documentation provided by either Microsoft or Netscape. Indeed, readers interested in scripting HTML documents are encouraged to seek out the 'official' documentation from both companies.
For scripting purposes, practically every part of the browser and HTML document can be treated as a discrete object that has several properties and methods that can be accessed and invoked respectively. The hierarchy is as follows :
StyleSheets / StyleSheet Object
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