you reference is available within the tell command as a reference to current node being acted upon.
Most hyperscript features run within the context of an HTML element. For example,
<div _="on click ..."> is an event handler that runs in the context of the
<div> that contains it. Within these scripts, you can use the
me expression as a link back to their associated HTML element.
If it makes the code more readable in English,
yourself can be used as an alias.
For possessive expressions,
your will also work, as in
my property instead of
This uses the append command to update the contents of every
tell <p/> append "some value" to you end
This uses the remove command to remove all elements with the disabled=true property
tell <[disabled=true]/> remove yourself end
tell <.counter/> increment your value