DHTML: Learning by Example

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Franklin, Beedle & Associates, 2003 - Computers - 166 pages
This book (and indeed all of the books in the "Learning by Example" series) are simply great for people in the education branch. They are ready-made courses with web support. The style is streamlined, the examples are simple but are logically build up, so that by the end quite a high level of complexity is achieved. Why waste time developing your own material when this is difficult to beat, and costs only pennies!

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Contents

The Various HTMLs and XHTML
2
The Cascade
10
JavaScript
21
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Mellor is professor at the IT University of Copenhagen.

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