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Essential CSS and DHTML for Web Professionals
     

Essential CSS and DHTML for Web Professionals

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by Dan Livingston, Micah Brown
 

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  • Get results with CSS and DHTML(today!
  • Fully updated with the latest techniques and code samples
  • Learn from real-world examples with downloadable, reusable programming code
  • Specific solutions! e-commerce, search, advertising, quizzes, cross-browser coding, and more
  • Build sites that load faster, look hotter, work

Overview

  • Get results with CSS and DHTML(today!
  • Fully updated with the latest techniques and code samples
  • Learn from real-world examples with downloadable, reusable programming code
  • Specific solutions! e-commerce, search, advertising, quizzes, cross-browser coding, and more
  • Build sites that load faster, look hotter, work better!

Today 95% of all Web users have browsers compatible with Cascading Style Sheets and Dynamic HTML. So now's the time to leverage these technologies to build sites that load faster and work better than ever. In this fully updated best-seller, a world-renowned Web developer helps you master CSS and DHTML—hands-on! You'll use CSS and DHTML to build real-world practice sites that sell products, educate visitors, display ads, present quizzes, and deliver sophisticated interactivity. Plus, the author provides code for handling Netcape 6's quirks. 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!

You'll learn all this and much more!

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    Essential CSS and DHTML for Web Professionals 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
    Guest More than 1 year ago
    Simple, thorough, practical, covers the weirdness that is Netscape 6, and provides complete examples (they're all on the web site). I've slogged through lots of DHTML books, and this one actually solved the problems I've had. This book is the second edition, and from what I've heard the first one wasn't so great, but I have zero complaints about this one. Like I said, the examples are well-crafted and clearly explained. I really like the tone of the author - it's clear he's thinking of the best way to learn something, not just how DHTML is programmed.
    Guest More than 1 year ago
    This book give me exactly what I need. It's short but has really good example inside e.g. 'Cycling through the questions', not just basic layers concept. Remember, it's for Web Professional. It'n not recommended for beginner. DHTML is not easy to learn at all if you don't have html, javascript and CSS experience.
    Guest More than 1 year ago
    I have personally looked at many books in this series, and they all are disappointing. Although what is in the book is explained sufficiently, it does not teach everything you need to know to master the particular programming language. If you already have a firm hold on the language and need something to refer to every once in a while, this book is fine. But if you're trying to learn from scratch, this is NOT the book to choose.