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JavaScript & DHTML Cookbook by Danny Goodman

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<pre>Author/s : Danny Goodman
Publisher : O'Reilly
Category : Web design, HTML and JavaScript
Review by : Eric Pascarello
Rating : 8 horseshoes
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JavaScript & DHTML Cookbook is a unique recipe that will teach you the most discussed topics in JavaScript and DHTML. The book is set up like a forum. A question is asked, the answer is given, and a discussion follows. The method this book follows is great for those who learn from vast examples on a broad range of topics.
The book looks at regular expressions, arrays, cookies, strings, objects, and much more on the JavaScript side. The DHTML side explains how multiple level menus are made, contextual menus, navigation trees, event handlers, validation methods, style sheets, and much more. The book discusses browser compatibility and problems that it may cause. In the discussion, solutions are proposed to counteract those problems.
This book is great for the person that wants to jump into the DHTML realm of programming and does not want the weighed down basics of JavaScript coding. This book will not teach you how to program JavaScript from the fundamental level, but it will teach you how to make scripts that are powerful and compatible!


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