Inside Dynamic HTML

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Microsoft Press, 1997 - Computers - 473 pages
Web sites developed for Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 can offer the most advanced, most exciting interactive features, thanks to Dynamic HTML - a technology that author Scott Isaacs helped create. Now he's written the programmer's bible on this important subject. Part technical manifesto, part application sourcebook, Inside Dynamic HTML starts by laying out core concepts and tools - HTML, cascading style sheets, and scripting fundamentals. Subsequent chapters explain the object model and element collections. Beyond presenting the technical blueprint to Dynamic HTML, this book also delivers what you need most - provocative, reusable techniques that demonstrate key benefits of the new object model.

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Scott Isaacs, M.D., is a clinical instructor of medicine at Emory University and the medical director at Intelligent Health Center. He has done research on obesity, stress, and diabetes and has contributed to the Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism. He lectures on the subject of hormones and obesity, speaking to community groups and at major events and conferences throughout the United States.

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