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Document tree structure

Document tree structure: The Good Parts of JavaScript and the Web
Document tree structure: The Good Parts of JavaScript and the Web

Doug summarizes the document tree and explains the relationship between child, sibling, and parent elements. He also demonstrates how to create a recursive function that can walk through the DOM by following the firstChild and nextSibling nodes.

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Web Web Development JavaScript

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