Introduction to interactive programming on the Internet: using HTML & JavaScript

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John Wiley, 2001 - Computers - 423 pages
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This unique book provides an introduction to programming on the Internet. Class-tested over a two-year period, this text covers the "nuts and bolts" of Internet programming. In addition to core fundamentals, readers are introduced to Web page construction HTML, managing an account on a web server, client-server model, and JavaScript programming.

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Contents

THE INTERNET AND WORLD
1
TRANSACTIONS ON THE WEB
20
TEXT MARKUP
45
CONTROLLING TEXT MARKUP
61
HYPERTEXT MARKUP
88
IMAGE MARKUP
111
HTML USTS AND TABLES
136
HTML FRAMES
158
OBJECTS
239
INTRODUCTION TO PROCESSING
256
OPTIONS IN HTML FORMS
273
LOOPS FOR REPETITION
294
MORE ON ARRAYS
318
MORE ON FUNCTIONS
340
JAVASCRIPT SECURITY
365
APPENDIX A HTML QUICK REFERENCE
383

WHAT IS JAVASCRIPT?
174
PROCESSING USER INPUT
186
MAKING DECISIONS
213
APPENDIX B JAVASCRIPT OBJECTS
399
INDEX
419
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