DOM Property Binding
Welcome! This is the DOM Property Binding page of the MMINAIL.
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When a browser receives a page of
<html>...</html> it reads the attributes of the Hypertext Markup Language, or Html, converts it ( normally one-to-one ) into a Document Object Model, or DOM tree, and then renders the page to the screen AS THE AUTHORS intended.
If you hold the page of
<html>...</html> up with your left hand and then also raise a visual screen ( smartphone-tablet-laptop ) with your right hand, each "attribute" of the Html on your left hand should map to a DOM tree counterpart, or "property" on your right.
The key word in this rule is the word "should".
Because most of the time, a normal one-to-one relationship between the Html and the DOM tree does exist.
Most of the time ... But, not always!
One of these exceptions can be seen with the default 'hidden' attribute of an
<html>...</html> page that gets mapped to the DOM tree as the 'property' hidden, and then rendered to the screen.
Yes! That is correct ... The screen that you are holding in your right hand is "indirectly" rendered from the DOM tree, NOT directly by the
<html>...</html> page as most of you may expect.
This is an essential key to understanding the rendering of Html pages.
Now that we know the DOM tree is key ...
How may we manipulate the DOM?
When we place the attribute 'hidden' in an underlying element upon a page of
<html>...</html>, and then send the page to a browser ...
The browser quickly builds the DOM tree and correspondingly creates a 'property' named hidden that can be remotely set to either one of two boolean states ... true or false.
True hides the underlying element ( the hidden feature is engaged ) and false makes the underlying element appear.
Kinda like an on-off switch.
But, as far as the 'hidden' Html attribute is concerned, the 'hidden' attribute always remains "engaged", or true ie.) hidden.
In other words, there is no way to switch-on, switch-off the 'hidden' attribute via standard Html.
So, the browser ( when building the DOM tree ) takes this normally staid 'hidden' Html attribute and creates a dynamic, on-off switch type corresponding 'property' also named hidden.
Armed with such fancy knowledge, savvy programmers like you and I can now manipulate the DOM tree!
Given the programmer 'god-like' powers over what the end-user will ultimately see in his or her right-hand screen ...
Based on the end-user's interactions with the program ...
How can programmers stay in control of the UX, commonly known as the 'User Interface Experience' ... From afar?
How 'bout we turn the hidden feature "off" when the user clicks a button, and then keep the hidden feature "on" otherwise?
First, we must bind the boolean value true to the DOM tree 'property' hidden.
From the ...
; where the Css class "btn btn-primary" is a Twitter bootstrap js configuration
More to come ...
Note. This page has explicit access to the local jQuery library as well as a local complimentary working (.js) file.
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Therefore, a method to convert any page of this website into an 'eBook' is auto-built into the top of the navigation stack as well as in the footer of every page.
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The A's Have It!
In today's complicated world of coding, even the use of the standard hyperlink has come into question.
Therefore, to make it easy for the end-user, this User Interface, or UI will show safe internal links in the bootstrap default color of light dodger blue.
On the other hand, external links, when designated https secure ... Will be shown in the color of forest green.
All other external links designated with standard http will be shown in the color of indian red.
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In addition, the acronym must stand out from the body of information.
To accomplish both of these objectives, the authors have selected Ashley Gold, a primary color within the registered logo badge of the Benefit corporation for which to highlight acronyms.
Whenever the end user spies a designated acronym of Ashley Gold color, simply hover over the acronym to reveal the underlying meaning of the acronym letters.
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The authors have determined the accuracies of the page renderings at both a portrait width of 360px and a landscape width of 640px.
In addition, pages are also tested against an Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7, 3rd Generation tablet.
On the Kindle tablet, both portrait and landscape renderings appear accurate, as well.
And, on the Amazon Fire phone, using automatic screen rotation, both portrait and landscape renderings appear accurate.
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25 Mile Rule
The MMINAIL is dedicated to the preservation of the hard-earned rights of Medical patients to grow up to (12) state-legal Medicinal plants.
In a connective cartography of ideas and hyperlinks spanning the entire connectome of the modern Medical Marijuana Initiative ...
The open source authors of this project hope to enlighten the world to the plight of the common medical patient.
Due to a labyrinth of government regulations and costs, today's common medical patient is virtually devoid of healing phyto-cannabinoids and other beneficial terpenes globally for no other reason than his or her current residential address.
"When residing 25 miles extant of a state legalized dispensary"
Doesn't that sound a bit strange to you?
Restricting access to medicine ...
Almost Un-constitutional, isn't it?
And, with patients in Arizona paying anywhere from $75 to $90 USD for a (1/8) ounce of medicine ...
Don't you think it is time that we allow ALL patients the right to grow, stash, and cure their own medicines?
We do at the MMINAIL.
If you agree, why don't you donate a little spare cash?
Or, a little of your coding time?
Or, simply contact your favorite Arizona State Senators and Congressional Representatives today!
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