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ESSENTIAL JAVASCRIPT FOR WEB PROFESSIONALS (2ND EDITION) By Micah Brown **Mint** |

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Edition Number: 2 Language: English
Publication Year: 2002 Format: Paperback
UPC:

0076092020622

ISBN:

9780131001473

EAN:

0076092020622

ESSENTIAL JAVASCRIPT FOR WEB PROFESSIONALS (2ND EDITION) By Micah Brown **Mint**

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Synopsis
Fully updated and expanded coverage of programming with JavaScript, this guide provides real-world projects and solutions. It covers key topics including browser detection, effective debugging techniques, and use of CSS and layers.

Product Identifiers
ISBN-10 0131001477
ISBN-13 9780131001473
eBay Product ID (ePID) 2318582

Key Details
Author Dan Barrett
Number Of Pages 352 pages
Format Paperback
Publication Date 2002-09-23
Language English
Publisher Prentice Hall PTR
Publication Year 2002

Additional Details
Edition Number 2
Copyright Date 2003
Illustrated Yes

Dimensions
Weight 19.9 Oz
Height 0.9 In.
Width 6 In.
Length 9 In.

Target Audience
Group Scholarly & Professional

Classification Method
LCCN 2003-265448
LC Classification Number QA76.76.J39B37 2003
Dewey Decimal 005.2/762
Dewey Edition 21

Table Of Content
Build better Web sites with JavaScript–right now! Fully updated for the latest JavaScript standards and browser support Learn from real-world examples and two live practice Web sites Browser detection, dynamic content, CSS, rollovers, logins, navigation, debugging, and more! By award-winning Web developer Dan Barrett, whose clients have included Hewlett-Packard, Electronic Arts, and Pacific Bell. Don’t waste your time or money on a gigantic JavaScript book! Learn the techniques you’ll really use–right now, hands on, by example, from one of the world’s top Web developers. You’ll master JavaScript by building actual practice sites that sell products, educate visitors, offer subscriptions, display ads–even enforce security. Best of all, the finished sites are on the Web–so you can reuse the code, and see exactly how your pages should look and work Fully updated for the latest standards and browsers, Essential JavaScript for Web Professionals, Second Edition is simply the fastest way to gain the JavaScript skills you need most. You’ll master all this and much more: Detecting browsers and platforms Creating dynamic content Making the most of CSS and layers Enforcing logins Creating rollovers Enhancing your site’s navigation Adding error handling to your forms Generating and managing windows and frames Debugging your JavaScript code Writing code that’s easy to maintain Rely on Essential Guides for ALL the Web Skills You Need!All these books share the same great format and the same dynamic Web site … so once you’ve used one, they’re all a piece of cake! Essential JavaScript for Web Professionals, Second Edition Essential XML for Web Professionals Essential XSL for Web Professionals Essential JSP for Web Professionals Essential CSS and DHTML for Web Professionals, Second Edition Introduction. Acknowledgments. About the Author. 1. Dynamism and Detection. Project I: Browser Detection and Cloaking-Dynamically Generating Platform-Specific Content. Creating External CSS Files. Debugging JavaScript Code. Inserting a Script into Your HTML. JavaScript Objects and Hierarchies. Conditional Statements. Reviewing the Script. Project II: Dynamic Content Creation-Printing Out the Copyright Information and Last-Modified Date. External JavaScript Files. Introduction of the Last-Modified Property. Dynamically Printing Nonstring Data. Reviewing the Script. Recap. Advanced Projects. 2. Image Rollovers. Project I: Image Rollover Script. Creating and Inserting the Image Objects. Image Rollover Functions. Creating and Inserting the Event Handlers. Reviewing the Script. Project II: Multiple Image Rollover Script. Creating and Inserting the Image Objects. Inserting the Rollover Functions. Creating and Inserting the Event Handlers. Reviewing the Script. Project III: Random Banner Ad Rotator Script. Creating and Inserting the Image Objects. Random Image Generator Function. Dynamically Printing Out the Image. Reviewing the Script. Recap. Advanced Projects. 3. JavaScript for Navigation. Project I: JavaScript and Pull-Down Menus-Getting to Where You Want to Go! Creating the Navigation Function. Inserting the Event Handler. Using onChange for Instant Gratification. Reviewing the Script. Project II: Using Multiple Pull-Down Menus for Navigation. Creating the Arrays. Creating the Drill-Down Menu Function. Creating the Navigation Function. Inserting the Event Handlers. Reviewing the Script. Project III: Using JavaScript on a Log-in Page. Inserting the Event Handler. Reviewing the Script. Project IV: Using CSS/DHTML with JavaScript for Navigation. Introduction to CSS/DHTML. Creating the Menu Layers. Creating the Navigation Function. Creating and Inserting the Event Handlers. Reviewing the Script. Recap. Advanced Projects. 4. Error Handling in Forms. Project I: Dynamically Selecting Multiple Form Fields. Creating the Change Checkbox State Function. Inserting the Event Handlers. Reviewing the Script. Project II: Error Handling of Forms. Checking Forms for Empty Text Box Fields. Making Sure a Pull-Down Menu Option Was Chosen. Checking Email Addresses for . and @. Checking for Area Codes in Phone Numbers. Making Sure Zip Codes Have Only Numbers. Project III: Letting the User Know What’s Wrong. Reviewing the Script. Recap. Advanced Projects. 5. JavaScript Windows and Frames. A Look at the WINDOW Object. Project I: Creating, Populating, and Closing Windows with JavaScript. Creating and Defining the Arrays. Creating the Function. Inserting the Event Handlers. Reviewing the Script. Project II: Using JavaScript to Talk Between Frames. Figuring Out Your Frame Hierarchy. Creating a Function to Check Which Section You Are In. Inserting the Event Handler. Reviewing the Script. Project III: Making Sure Your Frames Site Shows Up in Frames. Checking for the Presence of Frames. Reloading the Page within the Frameset. Reviewing the Script. Recap. Advanced Projects. 6. Advanced JavaScript. Project I: Interactive Photo Slideshow. Creating and Inserting the Image Objects. Creating the Photo Arrays. Creating the Slideshow Functions. Inserting the Event Handlers. Reviewing the Script. Project II: Searchable Designer Database. Functional Specification. Multidimensional Arrays. Creating and Filling the Arrays. Creating the Search Functions. Inserting the Event Handlers. Reviewing the Script. Recap. Advanced Projects. Appendix A. Event Handlers. Appendix B. JavaScript Objects. Index.

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