||Dynamic Content with DOM-2 (Part I of II)|
Response to: interesting...
|I don't think the changes are supposed to be changed it's more a way to make a page interactive without the need to bog down the server with requests. A good example of what this can be used for is to create dynamic forms so that you can let the user choose how many entries he/she wants to do instead of forcing the user to make one entry at a time and them press the submit button.|
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