comments (not for humans)
I just read about CSSHttpRequest (or AJACSS as it's also know) - a new way to do cross domain request like JSONp, but without using dynamic javascript tags.
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For some pages you may want to add special effects to elements on the page. As an example, consider a WYSIWYG web page editor. In a this kind of editor, you may want to hide the editing capabilities of the different page elements, but show them when the user moves selectes the element for editing. An example web page can be found at the bottom of this entry.
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