The Below example retrieves the text value of the first <title> element:
The Below example retrieves the text value of the "lang" attribute of the first <title>
The Below example changes the text value of the first <title> element:
The XML DOM setAttribute() method can be used to change the value of an existing attribute, or to
create a new attribute.
The Below example adds a new attribute (edition="first") to each <book>
The XML DOM createElement() method creates a new element node.
The XML DOM createTextNode() method creates a new text node.
The XML DOM appendChild() method adds a child node to a node (after the last child).
To create a new element with text content, it is necessary to both create a new element node and
a new text node, and then append it to an existing node.
The Below example creates a new element (<edition>), with the following text: First, and
adds it to the first <book> element:
The Below example removes the first node in the first <book> element:
Note: The result of the example above may be different depending on what browser you use.
Firefox treats new lines as empty text nodes, Internet Explorer does not.
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