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    XMLDocument.load()

    document.load() is a part of an old version of the W3C DOM Level 3 Load & Save module. Can be used with document.async to indicate whether the request is synchronous or asynchronous (the default). As of at least Gecko 1.9, this no longer supports cross-site loading of documents (Use XMLHttpRequest instead).

    Examples

    var xmlDoc = document.implementation.createDocument("", "test", null);
    
    function documentLoaded (e) {
      alert(new XMLSerializer().serializeToString(e.target)); // Gives querydata.xml contents as string
    }
    
    xmlDoc.addEventListener("load", documentLoaded, false);
    xmlDoc.load('querydata.xml');

    See also the load sample in the XML tests directory. (To test this functionality, create the files on your local disk or on a webserver rather than loading the load.html file from the LXR-generated page, which will serve the text.xml file as HTML.)

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    Last updated by: teoli,