FAQ: The Document Object Model - Nodes and Elements in the DOM

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According to this lesson, “there are nine different types of node objects in the DOM tree”.

I’m just curious to know what the other ones are, which weren’t mentioned in the lesson.
I tried to ressearch, but couldn’t find anything.

Thanks in advance for any answer :wink:

From W3 School.

:slight_smile:

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Thanks so much!
I wasn’t expecting to get an answer to this anymore!

Now I can use it as a headstart to more thorough search :)))

Again, thanks!

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Thanks for that helpful diagram :slight_smile:
I guess there are 12, not 9 :joy: