DHTML for the World Wide Web (Visual QuickStart Guide)

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9780201353419: DHTML for the World Wide Web (Visual QuickStart Guide)

For any course in Digital Graphics, Web Design, Web Scripting and Development, Multimedia, Page Layout, Office Tools, and Operating Systems. These task-based, visual reference guides feature step-by-step instructions and plenty of screen shots to guide students and teachers through the most important tasks. Visual QuickStart Guides are the ideal way to get students up and running quickly, and are used for intermediate and advanced students as a quick reference.

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If you're proficient at HTML, yet still fuzzy about Dynamic HTML, you're definitely not alone. Since the two browser heavyweights--Microsoft and Netscape--offer different flavors of DHTML, this promising technical advance for the Web is still in flux. DHTML for the World Wide Web is a no-nonsense look at where DHTML stands and how to use it effectively.

This Visual QuickStart guide delivers by offering a comprehensive look at using DHTML--in only 248 pages. The author wastes no time laying out the differences between the two vendors' approaches and establishing the common ground--mainly cascading style sheets (CSS) and JavaScript. With a fast-paced series of screen shots and step-by-step coding, you'll quickly learn the basics of CSS and how to use them effectively to control your typography and page layout. The book illustrates some of the most common uses of CSS--including multiple backgrounds, overlapping font styles, and columns without tables--clearly and quickly.

This guide also presents Document Object Models (DOM) to illustrate how to utilize dynamic event handling within your pages. Many popular techniques, such as moving banners, dragging objects, and creating pop-up menus, are included. An even balance of Netscape and Microsoft techniques makes this book a handy reference for any Web developer. --Stephen Plain

From the Back Cover :

Finally, the smoke is clearing on the technology which unleashes the full capabilities of the world's web browsers: DHTML. Capable of creating full multimedia power on a web site, DHTML is a collection of related technologies, cascading style sheets, Javascript, and HTML used together in powerful and elegant ways. The effects can be stunning, and give web designers unprecedented power over their visual interfaces. After learning DHTML, the interactive designer and webmaster can create web pages filled with animation, synchronized events, intelligent data, and beautiful fonts: all the bells and whistles!

The DHTML Visual QuickStart Guide inherits the immensely successful format and approach of the best-selling HTML and Javascript titles and shows that DHTML doesn't have to be difficult to learn. A technology created for designers, DHTML should not only be used by programmers.

Task based, step-by-step instructions and easy to follow screen shots make the DHTML: Visual QuickStart Guide the easiest way to learn DHTML. Read the book cover to cover, or just follow the steps for the task you need, right here, right now. Either way, you'll be up and running with DHTML in no time.

Easy to use and also comprehensive. The DHTML Visual QuickStart Guide documents every aspect of this complex technology, and provides extensive appendices that make finding the exact code word you need a snap.

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