JavaScript for Dummies by VanderVeer, Emily A. |

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Edition Number: 3 Language: English
Publication Year: 2000 Format: Paperback






JavaScript for Dummies by VanderVeer, Emily A.

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JavaScript has evolved quite a bit since its earliest days, from a relatively basic scripting language to a full-blown programming language in its own right. You can use JavaScript to create even more breathtakingly cool Web sites than ever before. You’ve probably seen Web sites with the following features: Images that change when your mouse moves over them Slide-show animations Input forms with pop-up messages that help you fill in the fields correctly Customized messages that welcome repeat visitors All of these features (and much more) can be created with JavaScript. The thing is, JavaScript isn’t easy to use. The JavaScript language itself has become more complex than its earlier incarnations — but that’s where his new, improved, better-tasting edition of JavaScript For Dummies comes in Even if you’re not a crackerjack programmer, you can use the techniques and sample scripts in this book to create interactive, intelligent Web pages bursting with animated effects. JavaScript For Dummies, 3rd Edition, gives you all you need to know to get started with JavaScript, plus some really cool JavaScript tricks, all explained from the point of view of the first-time JavaScript progra

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Publisher Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, John
ISBN-10 0764506331
ISBN-13 9780764506338
eBay Product ID (ePID) 1757705

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Format Paperback
Publication Year 2000
Language English

Weight 21.4 Oz
Width 7.4in.
Height 0.9in.
Length 9.2in.

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Dewey Edition 21
Table of Content Introduction.PART I: Building Killer Web Pages for Fun and Profit.Chapter 1: All You Ever Wanted to Know about JavaScript (But Were Afraid to Ask!).Chapter 2: Writing Your Very First Script.Chapter 3: JavaScript Programming Concepts.PART II: Adding Intelligence to Your Web Pages.Chapter 4: Spy! Detecting Your Users’ Browser Environment.Chapter 5: Making Every Date Count.Chapter 6: That’s How the Cookie Crumbles.PART III: Making Your Web Pages Interactive.Chapter 7: Button Up!Chapter 8: Picture Perfect.Chapter 9: Roll Over, Boy! Good Mouse!Chapter 10: Hunting and Gathering (And Validating) User Input.Chapter 11: Framed Again!PART IV: Automating Your Web Site.Chapter 12: DHTML Dyn-o-mite!Chapter 13: Timing Is Everything.Chapter 14: JavaScript Tricks.PART V: The Part of Tens.Chapter 15: Top Ten (Or So) Online JavaScript Resources.Chapter 16: Ten (Or So) Most Common JavaScript Mistakes (And How to Avoid Them).Chapter 17: Ten (Or So) Tips for Debugging Your Scripts.Appendix A: JavaScript Reserved Words.Appendix B: JavaScript Color Values.Appendix C: Document Object Model Reference.Appendix D: Special Characters.Appendix E: About the CD.Index.End-User License Agreement.Installation Instructions.Book Registration Information.
Illustrated Yes
Dewey Decimal 005.2/762
Copyright Date 2000
Author Emily A. Vander Veer
Edition Number 3
Number of Pages 408 Pages
Lc Classification Number Qa76.73.J39v36 2000
Publication Date 2000-10-15
Lccn 00-106297

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