DHTML and CSS Advanced

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Peachpit, 2005 - Computers - 424 pages

Once you discovered the dynamic, sophisticated sites you could create using DHTML and CSS, you wanted more--more interaction, more accessibility, more animation, more interesting combinations of text and graphics, more everything! This book provides the key. By picking up where his enormously popular Visual QuickStart Guide left off, best-selling author Jason Cranford Teague explores the advanced DHTML and CSS programming techniques you need to take your Web sites to the next level. Covering everything from standards and accessibility to separating content from style; creating multicolumn layouts; combining text and graphics; creating controls, menus, forms, and special effects; working with other Web languages; and much more, this friendly, task-based volume is a must-have if you're serious about Web design. Step-by-step instructions and a strong visual format make complex topics understandable, even fun--especially when coupled with the loads of tips, screen shots and practical, working examples that Jason has provided.

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Creating a Dynamic Web Site
Mastering CSS
Advanced DHTML Techniques

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Jason Cranford Teague has written and contributed to several best-selling books including Final Cut Pro 3 and the Art of Filmmaking and Dreamweaver MX Magic. In addition, he has written for the Apple Developers Center, Adobe, Macworld, and CNet and appeared on TechTV's "The Screen Savers." He has been working as a multimedia designer for more than 10 years creating real-world solutions for clients including Coca-Cola, Virgin, CNN, Kodak, and WebMD. Jason is currently the Creative Director for Bright Eye Media and teaches design classes online, in the classroom, and at professional conferences. He is the also the author of the best-selling DHTML and CSS: Visual QuickStart Guide.

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