What this chapter covers:
Introducing the style property
How to retrieve style information
How to change styles
In this chapter, the presentation layer and the behavior layer will meet head-on. You'll see how the DOM can be used to get and set styles by reading and writing CSS.
Content on the Web can be wrapped up in three successive layers that web browsers can read:
First and foremost, the structural layer is created with a markup language, such as HTML or XHTML. The tags, or words contained in angle brackets, describe the semantic meaning of content. For example, the
<p> tag conveys the information, "This content is a paragraph." But the tag doesn't include any information ...