New Article: Attributes > Classes: Custom DOM Attributes for

I just published a new article, and I always appreciate feedback from
this community.

http://digg.com/programming/Attributes_Classes_Custom_DOM_Attributes_for_Fun_and_Profit

XHTML gives us the ability to extend our markup with customized,
semantically meaningful attributes. While the battle between class and
attribute might be a holy war to some (and unknown to most others) the
fact remains that attribute name value pairs are easier to read and
understand, and only attributes allow you to associate a value with
your meta-data. Extending XHTML elements in my projects has made me
think of how to solve problems in new and better ways. It has made me a
stronger JavaScript artisan. In this article, I explain several
examples and provide functions for working with your own custom
attributes.

Pete

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