On 1/3/07, Mark Wonsil <wonsil at 4m-ent.com> wrote: > While I have occasionally used document.write(), I've always thought it to be > a "dirty" way to alter pages. It sure is easier than using DOM methods but > does it not lend itself to creating errors of well-formedness and making > subsequent changes to the page more difficult - especially in a growing AJAX > world? Does document.write() have a place in a progressive enhancement > environment? > > I'm just curious what others think. They'll tell you "no", and then they'll turn around and tell you that innerHTML is fine. I find DOM manipulations to be elegant, once you wrap your ahead around the fact that this is *not* markup anymore, but rather an active document, represented by a tree structure. -- Matt Warden Cleveland, OH, USA http://mattwarden.com This email proudly and graciously contributes to entropy.