Using Dynamic HTML Review

Using Dynamic HTML
by David Gulbransen & Kenrick Rawlings
Que, Oct., 1997.
Trade Paperback, 579 pages.
ISBN: 0789714825
Ordering information:
Amazon.com.

Cover of Using Dynamic HTML
by David Gulbransen & Kenrick Rawlings


Using Dynamic HTML provides in-depth coverage on how to use the new features involved in Dynamic HTML, including Javascript, Cascading Style Sheets, CSS Positioning and data binding. The book explains each topic and gives detailed instruction, including samples and source code. A chapter on CSS Positioning teaches you absolute positioning which allows you to place text on a section of a webpage defined by you without using tables. A section on data binding teaches you how to provide data for your webpages without having to resort to CGI scripting. Another section provides details on event handling using Javascript, which allows you to program responses to a user's mouse click or when the user passes the mouse over a certain area of your webpage. The chapter on ActiveX shows you how to use filters to change the appearance of your images. These and other examples quickly show you how useful the features of Dynamic HTML are and how to achieve effective results.

Dynamic HTML is an excellent resource, providing the reader with instruction on how to implement the new technology in Dynamic HTML to improve your web site. A terrific reference that will help you keep you web skills up to date.






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