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Dynamic Html in Action

Dynamic Html in Action

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by Eric M. Schurman
     
 

"Dynamic HTML in Action, Second Edition", is a valuable guide for HTML/Web authors eager to get the most out of the extended interactive and multimedia abilities of Dynamic HTML version 2 (as featured in Internet Explorer 5 and possibly supported by Netscape as well). "Dynamic HTML in Action, Second Edition", covers everything that makes

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"Dynamic HTML in Action, Second Edition", is a valuable guide for HTML/Web authors eager to get the most out of the extended interactive and multimedia abilities of Dynamic HTML version 2 (as featured in Internet Explorer 5 and possibly supported by Netscape as well). "Dynamic HTML in Action, Second Edition", covers everything that makes Internet Explorer 5 the next breakthrough technology for creating dynamic Web content: Dynamic HTML, dynamic content and dynamic styles, the Internet Explorer 5 object model, new Table features, 2D positioning, and data binding. All topics are covered in clear, succinct language with plenty of sample pages on the CD to make learning these new tools as engaging and interesting as the content Web users will eventually create.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780735605633
Publisher:
Microsoft Press
Publication date:
03/10/1999
Series:
In Action Series
Edition description:
2nd Edition
Pages:
497
Product dimensions:
7.47(w) x 9.46(h) x 1.41(d)

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Dynamic Html in Action 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book delivered *exactly* what I needed - a well-written explanation of the principles of DHTML. While other books beat around the bush, this book is clear and sensible. Having read other books on HTML & JavaScript, I was ready to make the move to DHTML, which uses these technologies, but goes further. Other books simply explained CSS & Javascript,and left it at that. This book starts with the basics, but moves quickly through them into DHTML-specific topics, not just rehashing the CSS & Javascript I've already studied before. I even picked up a few new tricks for HTML tags and techniques! Nice bonus. I wanted a book that took into account both IE & Netscape browsers, and this book does that and goes further. It advises the reader when a technique isn't supported in different versions of browsers. I urge shoppers to disregard William Goudy's review - this genius hasn't even read the book he's reviewing, if you read his 'review.' He's complaining about a whole other book. Moron. I recommend this book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book provides all kind of useful, cross-browser information ranging from basic HTML to scripting. It is best for someone who already knows some HTML and wants to go further with web programming. William Goudy's 1 star review seems to be of the first edition of the book, because the introduction clearly states that this book includes cross-browser information wherever possible while the first edition did not. Overall, an excellent purchase.