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ElementTraversal interface used to define methods that allowed access from one
Node to another in the document tree.
It proved useless, as very few types of
Node were able to implement all its methods and properties. It has been split into two interfaces, containing the useful methods and properties for each kind of nodes:
As it was a pure interface, with no object of this type, this change has no effect on the Web.
The definition of 'ChildNode' in that specification.
|Living Standard||Splitted the
|Element Traversal Specification
The definition of 'ElementTraversal' in that specification.