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Over the past three tutorials, we've found out how to use the Document Object Model to:

These examples have been somewhat dull and non-creative; they certainly come nowhere near to exercising all the capabilities of the Document Object Model. Creative ideas will have to come from designers like many of you readers.

To fully utilize the DOM requires a fair amount of programming skill. But even if you aren't of the programmatic persuasion, don't despair. Those programmers who do pick up on the features of the DOM will be writing JavaScript that you can look at, modify, and learn from.

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