If you’ve ever looked at an HTML document, you’ve probably noticed that there are a lot of different ways of formatting and naming elements. Here’s a handy cheat sheet to help you navigate this jungle.
What you probably didnt know is that documentElement is a special element that allows you to insert any type of element into the HTML document. So you can use it to do things like add a new form element in the DOM, or use it to wrap around a piece of code that should be executed in the code. In this case we are adding a form element to the DOM and using the documentElement to get it there.
So you can then use documentElement to add new elements to the DOM, or wrap code around an existing element, but you can use documentElement to add elements to the DOM even if they are not in the document.
As I mentioned above, documentElement is not a good idea to use in this context. It will make it impossible to edit the DOM if there are changes in the document. It is also used to wrap around code that needs to run later in the DOM tree (such as a script that loads a script tag). It is an element, just like any other element in html, and you should use it to add elements to the DOM.
I don’t like the new documentElement. It is a bad thing to use it, but it is also a little too clever. It makes a lot of sense to wrap a script tag around a DOM element, but it just makes documentElement sound like a bad thing.
DocumentElement is a DOM element, and when used like that it makes a lot of sense (even if you don’t use it). It is an element that wraps a DOM element. But since the new documentElement has an extra extra bit that makes it a lot more weird than it needs to be, it is definitely not a great thing to use.
That’s why you shouldnt use documentElement, because it is a bad thing. Use document.body instead, which is a normal DOM element, not a document element. It has a title and a class, but it is not a document. It is normal to have a document, and you should use that. But documentElement is not a document, and you should use it with caution.
In order to do that, you would need to use document.body2.body.html2 instead of document.body.html2 for the first time in the new document element.
I think my biggest problem with using document.body rather than document.body2 is that IE uses document.body2 just fine. I don’t really use it for anything, but it’s nice to have it around.
DocumentElement is a part of the DOM that IE uses to parse HTML. If you are writing HTML and you don’t want IE to use document.body2, you should use document.body instead of document.body2.