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  • The Document Object Model is an object-oriented representation of the web page and is an interface for HTML and XML documents. It can all be accessed and modified with a scripting language such as JavaScript. Once a web page is loaded, the web browser creates a Document Object Model of the page and makes web pages accessible via JavaScript.

    Every element in a document are part of the document object model and includes not only the structure of a document but also the behavior of a document. With the object model, JavaScript gets all the power it needs to create dynamic HTML and perform multiple tasks.

    The DOM modeled using objects and nodes. JavaScript utilizes integer numbers to determine the node types. All these objects are accessible using JavaScript and can be used to change all the HTML events, elements, attributes, document structure, CSS styles, and content on the page.

    There are JavaScript problems that come up often with DOM and software qa services can help in debugging, monitoring, and examining DOM nodes to provide better solutions.

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