Both Netscape and Microsoft have created their own versions of Dynamic HTML (DHTML). Incompatibilities between their browsers make it very difficult for web designers to use DHTML to add advanced user interface features to their sites. This is the first book that answers the question webmasters are asking more and more frequently: How can DHTML be used effectively, given the issue of incompatible browsers among users?
Sams Teach Yourself Video Learning is the easiest way to learn a new technology. Self-Paced--Learn on your own time, at your own pace Visual--Video lessons clearly explain key concepts and show you exactly what to do Learn By Doing--Interactive, hands-on learning labs so you can apply what you learn right away Quick and Efficient--Each individual lesson is no longer than 10 minutes Modular--Bite-sized lessons let you jump in anywhere In just 10 minutes or less, each short video lesson c
by Matthew Bortniker, Jonathan Crossland, Dino Esposito, Jason Hales, Whitney Hankison, Vishwanath Honnaya, Tim Huckaby, Slava Kristich, Edward Lee, Rockford Lhotka, Brian Loesgen, Stephen Mohr, Simon Robinson, Ash Rofail, Brad Sherrell, Scott Short, Dan Wahlin, Wrox
This book provides a practical and detailed roadmap of Windows DNA. Anchor book to the entire Wrox DNA series, it is divided into 6 sections: Introduction, Business Layer, Data Layer, Prese.
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Microsoft's new Active Server Pages+ (ASP+) standard promises a lot more for Web developers who work on the Windows platform. <I>A Preview of Active Server Pages+</I> surveys the new features and APIs that you'll need to know to develop effectively with ASP+. Stressing practical e-commerce examples, this book will be a welcome resource to anyone who programs in ASP already and wants a look at what's next from Microsoft.<p> This text gives you an excellent comparison of the old ASP with the
Practical Ruby Gems is a comprehensive guide to utilizing and creating Ruby Gemsready-made Ruby code modules that can be easily added to Ruby and Rails projects. This book is ideal for Ruby programmers as well as web developers who use Rails and wish to extend the functionality of their projects. Youll get a prime selection of 34 of the best and most useful Gems, which makes up the core of this book.