Teach Yourself Dynamic HTML in a Week Review

Teach Yourself Dynamic HTML in a Week
by Bruce Campbell and Rick Darnell
Sams, Sept., 1997.
508 pp. ISBN: 1575213354
Trade Paperback.
Ordering information:
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by Bruce Campbell and Rick Darnell Teach Yourself Dynamic HTML is an excellent introductory resource into Dynamic HTML which is especially useful to those who already have grasped a solid knowledge of the basic features of HTML and are ready to move onward. The book explains the new features offered with Explorer 4.0 and Netscape 4.0, including scripting, style-sheets and changing elements on a webpage. The book guides you through concepts with increasing complexity. Beginning chapters cover What is Dynamic HTML and Scripting in Dynamic HTML. Later chapters lead you through more complex subjects such as Dynamic Table Generation and Intelligent Dynamic Designs. Chapters include a discussion of the subject with examples and code, followed by a Q & A section which answers questions you might have. Some chapters also include a workshop and/or quiz section to allow you to test your knowledge of the subject.

Dynamic HTML is an excellent learning tool and reference book. The book also includes a quick reference guide to common code used in HTML 4.0 and JavaScript, VBScript and CSS1. The book also practically explains where and what works with which browser, i.e. Explorer or Netscape. A great intermediate level resource which can take you from HTML to dynamic HTML in a short amount of time.






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