Inside JavaScript

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This is the only book on JavaScript you'll need. Written to be the most comprehensive book on JavaScript available, with hundreds of working examples, this book covers JavaScript 1.5 (and JScript 5.6) from the most basic syntax to the most advanced Internet programming.

From using cookies to printing, from displaying status bar text to creating dazzling visual effects, from creating mouse trails to handling Dynamic HTML, from determining browser version to opening dialog boxes, ...

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Overview

This is the only book on JavaScript you'll need. Written to be the most comprehensive book on JavaScript available, with hundreds of working examples, this book covers JavaScript 1.5 (and JScript 5.6) from the most basic syntax to the most advanced Internet programming.

From using cookies to printing, from displaying status bar text to creating dazzling visual effects, from creating mouse trails to handling Dynamic HTML, from determining browser version to opening dialog boxes, from emailing to printing, mouse rollovers, pasting to the clipboard, interactive graphics, and dynamic style sheets -- it's all here.

This book is designed to cover far more JavaScript than any other book. Every topic is illustrated with at least one complete working example. Support for every aspect of JavaScript with the variety of browser types and versions is provided allowing you to handle browser wars with ease.

This award-winning author brings you all the JavaScript he knows in a teaching style so many love. Combine that with the New Riders style and you've got in your hands what has become the new standard for JavaScript coverage in a highly complete and accessible form.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735712850
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 8/28/2002
  • Pages: 1072
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 2.24 (d)

Table of Contents

1 Essential JavaScript 1
2 The JavaScript Language: Data, Operators, and Branching 49
3 The JavaScript Language: Loops, Functions, and Errors 101
4 Handling the Browser Environment 151
5 Using Core HTML Properties 205
6 Using Core HTML Methods and Events 265
7 Using window and frame Properties 335
8 Using window and frame Methods and Events 379
9 Using the document and body Objects 415
10 Using the navigator, location, and history Objects 461
11 Working with HTML Text Elements 487
12 Working with Forms, Buttons, Check Boxes, and Radio Buttons 525
13 Working with Text and Select Controls 565
14 Working with Links, Lists, and Tables 607
15 Working with the Mouse, Keyboard, and Images 653
16 Dynamic HTML: Changing Web Pages On-the-Fly 703
17 Dynamic HTML: Drag and Drop, Data Binding, and Behaviors 741
18 The Data, Time, and String Objects 777
19 The Math, Number, Boolean, and Array Objects 813
20 The RegExp Object: Working with Regular Expressions 845
21 Cascading Style Sheets and CGI Programming 883
22 XML and XSLT 921
23 Cookies and Creating Your Own Objects 957
24 .NET and Security 991
Index 1023
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