Java Script: manual of style

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Ziff-Davis, 1996 - Computers - 277 pages
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JavaScript is an object scripting language that allows you to add robust interactive features to your Web pages without investing time in learning Java. Designed to get you scripting dynamic documents immediately, JavaScript Manual of Style is a complete reference to the language that will keep your Web site on the cutting edge.
With this concise, clearly written guide, you'll learn how JavaScript works with HTML and Netscape Navigator; how to use Javascript's form modification and validation features to enhance interactivity; useful scripts for games, technical documents, color choosers, and more; and how JavaScript can work on the client or server side to create dynamic cross-platform applications.
There's even an indispensable Quick Reference, with valuable information on Netscape HTML syntax, JavaScript operators, and online resources. If you want to make your Web site stand out from the crowd, but don't have months to learn the intricacies of Java, JavaScript Manual of Style is the book for you.

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About the author (1996)

Marc Johnson is a senior software engineer with Fujitsu Network Switching.

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