Mastering ASP.NET with C[hash] by A Russell Jones

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The spacing (


) paragraphs are just to put enough white space on the page to force the page to scroll— you wouldn't need them in a normal document.

1, doesn't mean the point size, as is typical with word processors; it means the relative size of the text compared to the default size selected by the user. The standard sizes available range from 1 to 7, and the default text size is 3, so text enclosed in the tag Larger text would show up in a larger point size than the surrounding text. Note that the font tag is deprecated, which means that you should avoid using it unless you have to, because the tag may not be supported in future versions.

In contrast, Netscape's (version 4) implementation is rather limited.

DOM Objects

Before you can understand DOM objects specifically, you need to understand objects in general. An object is the computer analogue of a "real" object.

Object Properties and Methods

A ball makes a good example. A ball has physical properties--it is (usually) round, it has a color, it has a bounce factor, and to some degree, it shares all these characteristics with every other ball.

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