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Sean

I guess playing with the child of each parent node to create an effect of some kind would be simple, so advanced would be removing the child nodes and appending them to a different parent node or playing with the parent nodes to create a ripple effect that eventually gets to the children. So in other words instead of small scale manipulation, large scale and small scale manipulation and events so interaction becomes more fluid. Also, before I misread your question and answered it poorly so I'm sorry about that.

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No worries :). DOM manipulation is very useful if you learn it, especially if you later want to go into React for example (ok, there we'll use something called a virtual DOM, but the principles stay the same). What resources are you using?