Dynamic HTML: A Primerby Simon St. Laurent
Dynamic HTML promises to be an incredibly powerful new scripting language for developers. An emerging standard under consideration by the W3 consortium, it will provide Web designers with the ability to create "deep" Web pages, capable of responding instantaneously to a user's actions. The advent of the document object model means the beginning of a new kind of document -- one that is infinitely programmable and capable of providing a complete user interface.
Dynamic HTML: A Primer walks developers through one of the hottest areas in the browser wars, explaining the differences between the browser implementations and how to avoid getting caught in the middle. Readers will learn how to integrate ActiveX controls, Java applets, and scripts into their code to create truly robust and interactive Web pages.
- Explores powerful ways to create animated pages
- Explains new techniques for binding Web data to corporate client-server databases
- Provides simple, clear examples to get you started with complex tools
- Covers the latest multimedia objects for Internet Explorer
- Explains Java applets, ActiveX objects, and their relationship to Dynamic HTML documents
- Describes Cascading Style Sheets and positioning techniques
- Covers layers, textRanges, and collections
- Explains the developing event models of both Netscape and Microsoft's browsers
- Holt, Henry & Company, Inc.
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- 5.48(w) x 8.22(h) x 0.78(d)
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