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Publication Year: 2002 Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Language: English Weight: 3.82 lbs
Format: Paperback Product Group: Book
Binding: Paperback IsTextBook: Yes
Author: Danny Goodman UPC:

0636920003168

ISBN:

9780596003166

EAN:

0636920003168

Dynamic HTML : A Comprehensive Resource for HTML, CSS, DOM, and JavaScript

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Synopsis
If you’re a web developer today, you need to keep track of an enormous amount of information. In particular, you need to know the details about a variety of web specifications and their implementation in the latest versions of the popular browsers. Rather than try to remember all of these details or juggle dozens of reference books covering everything from CSS to JavaScript, you can have all the information at your fingertips with the newly revised “Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference.”A favorite of web content developers since its first release, this book is an indispensable compendium for web development. “Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference,” 2nd Edition, contains everything you’ll need in order to create functional cross-platform web applications. The new edition has been updated to cover the latest specifications, including HTML 4.01, CSS Level 2, DOM Level 2, and JavaScript 1.5, as well as the latest browsers, Internet Explorer 6 (Windows), Internet Explorer 5.1 (Mac), Netscape Navigator 6 and 7, and Mozilla 1.0. You’ll learn how these standards and technologies relate to one another and how the creation of Dynamic HTML content relies on these four technologies. The book includes: A complete reference for all of the HTML tags, CSS style attributes, document object model attributes, methods, and event handlers, and core JavaScript objects supported by the various standards and the latest versions of Netscape and Internet Explorer.Handy cross-referenced indexes that make it easy to find interrelated HTML tags, style attributes, and document object model methods, attributes, and event handlers.An advanced introduction to creating dynamic web content that addresses the cross-platform compromises inherent in web page design today and encourages developers to adopt the W3C standards.If you have experience with basic web page creation, but are new to the world of dynamic content, “Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference” will jump-start your development efforts. If you’re an experienced Web programmer, you’ll find the browser-compatibility information invaluable. This book is the only DHTML reference a web developer needs. Packed with information on the latest web specifications, including HTML 4.01, CSS2, DOM Level 2, and JavaScript 1.5, Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference also details the latest versions of the major browsers – Internet Explorer 6 and Netscape Navigator 6. Indispensable, complete, and succinct, this is the must-have compendium for all web developers involved in creating dynamic web content. It contains everything a developer needs to create functional, cross- platform Dynamic HTML web applications. This volume contains everything you’ll need in order to create functional cross-platform Web applications. This edition has been updated to cover the latest specifications, including HTML 4.01, CSS Level 2, DOM level 2, and JavaScript 1.5, as well as the latest browsers, Internet Explorer 6 (Windows), Internet Explorer 5.1 (Mac), Netscape Navigator 6 and 7, and Mozilla 1.0. You’ll learn how these standards and technologies relate to one another and how the creation of Dynamic HTML content relies on these four technologies.

Product Identifiers
ISBN-10 0596003161
ISBN-13 9780596003166
eBay Product ID (ePID) 2332805

Key Details
Author Danny Goodman
Number Of Pages 1424 pages
Format Paperback
Publication Date 2002-09-22
Language English
Publisher O’Reilly Media, Incorporated
Publication Year 2002

Additional Details
Edition Number 2
Copyright Date 2002
Illustrated Yes

Dimensions
Weight 61.1 Oz
Height 2.2 In.
Width 7 In.
Length 9.2 In.

Target Audience
Group Scholarly & Professional

Classification Method
LCCN 2003-279578
LC Classification Number QA76.76.H94
Dewey Decimal 005.7/2
Dewey Edition 22

Table Of Content
Preface Part I. Applying Dynamic HTML1. The State of the Art The Standards Alphabet Soup Version Headaches HTML XHTML Style Sheets Document Object Model Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) ECMAScript A Fragmenting World 2. Cross-Platform Compromises What Is a Platform? Navigator 4 DHTML-Fading Fast Internet Explorer DHTML Netscape 6 (Mozilla) DHTML Other Browsers Cross-Platform Strategies Cross-Platform Expectations 3. Adding Style Sheets to Documents Observing HTML Structures Understanding Block-Level Elements Two Types of Containment The CSS Platform Of Style Sheets, Elements, Attributes, and Values Embedding Style Sheets Common Subgroup Selectors Advanced Subgroup Selectors Cascade Precedence Rules Cross-Platform Style Differences 4. Adding Dynamic Positioning to Documents Creating Positionable Elements Positioning Attributes Changing Attribute Values via Scripting Cross-Platform Position Scripting Common Positioning Tasks 5. Making Content Dynamic Writing Variable Content Writing to Other Frames and Windows Links to Multiple Frames Image Swapping Changing Tag Attribute Values Changing Applied Style Values Changing Content Dynamic Tables Client-Side Includes Working with Text Ranges Combining Forces: A Custom Newsletter 6. Scripting Events Event Types Event Objects Binding Event Handlers to Elements Preventing Default Event Actions Event Propagation Understanding Keyboard Event Data Dragging Elements Event Futures 7. Standardization Trends W3C Modularization XHTML Modularization (XHTML Basic and 1.1) CSS Modularization (CSS3) DOM Modularization (DOM2 and DOM3) What Is Conformance? Part II. Dynamic HTML Reference8. HTML and XHTML Reference Attribute Value Types Shared HTML Element Attributes Alphabetical Tag Reference 9. Document Object Model Reference Property Value Types About client- and offset- Properties Default Property Values Event Handler Properties Shared Object Properties, Methods, and Events Alphabetical Object Reference 10. Event Reference Alphabetical Event Reference 11. Style Sheet Attribute Reference Attribute Value Types Pseudo-Elements and Pseudo-Classes At-Rules Conventions Alphabetical Attribute Reference 12. JavaScript Core Language Reference Internet Explorer JScript Versions About Static Objects Mozilla Get and Set Methods ECMAScript Reserved Keywords Core Objects Operators Control Statements Miscellaneous Statements Special (Escaped) String Characters Part III. Cross References13. HTML/XHTML Attribute Index14. DOM Property Index15. DOM Method Index16. DOM Event Handlers IndexPart IV. AppendixesA. Color Names and RGB ValuesB. HTML Character EntitiesC. Keyboard Event Character ValuesD. Internet Explorer CommandsE. HTML/XHTML DTD SupportGlossary Index

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