Dynamic Web Programming: A Beginner's Guide

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McGraw Hill Professional, Oct 28, 2009 - Computers - 352 pages
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Move beyond basic Web design by learning to create dynamic Web content

To create a dynamic page on which content changes in response to events requires programming and the potential use of databases. Dynamic Web Programming: A Beginner's Guide starts by covering HTML, XHTML, and CSS. You will then learn to use JavaScript to implement elements such as rollover events, popups, and calculations. The book explains how to use PHP to create guest books, blogs, and page transitions, as well as how to implement a database-driven Web site with MySQL.

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Adding JavaScript Dynamic Elements
Responding to Events
Working with and Validating Forms

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Marty Matthews has been writing computer books for more than 25 years, authoring or co-authoring more than 70 books, including the bestselling Windows Vista QuickSteps.

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