- Using Mozilla in Testing and Debugging Websites
- Web builders need some different tools than web surfers, but they shouldn't neglect their old favorites, especially when those favorite tools have capabilities and add-ons that can make them especially useful to web builders. Henrik Gemal talks about using Mozilla as part of your toolkit.
- Frequently Asked Questions for the USENET newsgroup
document.write()" and don't find it, that's why.
- Write Your Own Bookmarklets
The Document Object Model
- Introduction to the Document Object Model
- At Brainjar. Follow it up with their tutorial on DOM Events.
- DHTML Tutorial
- Howtocreate's W3C DOM Tutorial
- Quirksmode DOM Articles
- This is a step beyond the elementary level, and perhaps the best thing about it is the compatibility tables that show how each of the popular web browsers support the DOM. You can save hours by finding out that something that isn't working in your favorite browser is a browser bug, not a script bug.
- W3C DOM Specs and Resources
- These are without a doubt the most maddening specs we have ever seen or hope to see. If you can follow the trail through the sections, it's all there, and it's the truth, and later on when you've mastered the DOM you might even be able to use this spec, but for learning it's useless. Try any of the tutorials instead.
- Introduction to the DOM Inspector
- Ian Oeschger's article explaining the lovely Mozilla (and Firefox) tool, the DOM Inspector. We're Opera fans, but we think the DOM Inspector might very well push Firefox into the top spot as the browser we use the most for web development.
- Scripting Projects
- Angus Turnbull's collection of useful goodies: menus, tooltips, tree viewers, all cross-browser and all free (the license requires you to credit the author).
- Gecko DOM Reference
- Gecko is the rendering engine used in AOL-Compuserve, AOL for OS X, Camino, Firefox, IBM for OS/2, Mozilla, and Netscape 6+. This applies to all those browsers.