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javascript TreeWalker currentNode

@March 15, 2008, 1:22 a.m.
currentNodeFirefox/Netscape/NN 7 IE n/a Chrome/Safari/DOM 2  


Returns a reference to the node where the TreeWalker's pointer is positioned. But more importantly, you can also assign a document tree node reference to this property to manually set a new position for the pointer. If the assigned node would normally be filtered out of the list, the next method invocation is performed from the position as if the assigned node were not filtered out of the list.

myTreeWalker.currentNode = document.getElementById("main");

Reference to a document tree node.


First node of the document.

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