Public Notes by chase_ats Tagged #2021-07-09----node%2Felement

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2nd of 4 objects for html. 2nd farthest out. The DOM Node interface is an abstract base class upon which many other DOM API objects are based, thus letting those object types to be used similarly and often interchangeably. As an abstract class, there is no such thing as a plain Node object. All objects that implement Node functionality are based on one of its subclasses. Most notable are Document, Element, and DocumentFragment. #dev #puppeteer #dom #pub #bookmarks #2021-07-08----proj-i-proj-j-puppeteer #2021-07-09----node/element
3rd of 4 objects for html. 2nd closest in. The HTMLElement interface represents any HTML element. Some elements directly implement this interface, while others implement it via an interface that inherits it. #dev #puppeteer #dom #pub #bookmarks #2021-07-08----proj-i-proj-j-puppeteer #2021-07-09----node/element
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4th of 4 objects for html. The closest in. Element is the most general base class from which all element objects (i.e. objects that represent elements) in a Document inherit. It only has methods and properties common to all kinds of elements. More specific classes inherit from Element. #dev #puppeteer #dom #pub #bookmarks #2021-07-08----proj-i-proj-j-puppeteer #2021-07-09----node/element