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 <p><img src="http://books.mozdev.org/screenshots/moz_0101.gif"><br>  <p><img src="http://books.mozdev.org/screenshots/moz_0101.gif"><br>
 <i>Figure 1: XPFE Framework</i>  <i>Figure 1: XPFE Framework</i>
   
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       Figure 1: XPFE Framework  
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 <p>To understand all of the capabilities of XPFE, we can look at how the different components of it fit together.    <p>To understand all of the capabilities of XPFE, we can look at how the different components of it fit together.  
 JavaScript is used to create the functionality for a Mozilla-based application, Cascading Style Sheets are used for   JavaScript is used to create the functionality for a Mozilla-based application, Cascading Style Sheets are used for 
 formatting the look and feel, and XUL is used for creating the application's structure.  Viewed together these three   formatting the look and feel, and XUL is used for creating the application's structure.  Viewed together these three 
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  use CSS to format the design and layout, and both use a fairly simple mark-up language to describe content.  The    use CSS to format the design and layout, and both use a fairly simple mark-up language to describe content.  The 
 difference between the two is that one of these mark-up languages is HTML and the other is XUL.  difference between the two is that one of these mark-up languages is HTML and the other is XUL.
   
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        HTML                     XUL<i>Figure 2: Comparison of DHTML and XPFE</i>
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    JS ----- CSS            JS ----- CSS 
 
    Figure 2: Comparison of DHTML and XPFE 
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 <p>Although HTML has been put to many different uses, it was <a href="http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/#historical">originally designed</a>  <p>Although HTML has been put to many different uses, it was <a href="http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/#historical">originally designed</a>
  as a simple system to link together separate text documents on the Internet.  Later additions to the HTML standard    as a simple system to link together separate text documents on the Internet.  Later additions to the HTML standard 

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