Official Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 Site Builder Toolkit

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Microsoft Press, Dec 1, 1997 - Computers - 500 pages
You know how to author Web pages. You use HTML. Now you want to build great Web sites that tap the advanced features found in Microsoft Internet Explorer 4. Good news - this book is written specifically for you. This authoritative guide, written by bestselling Internet author Alan Simpson, starts you off with a basic HTML review and an introduction to scripting, and then it builds on those skills to show you how to manipulate objects in your Web pages. Simpson gives you expert guidance by showing you multiple examples of how to add rich, interactive content. You'll find coverage of key topics such as dynamic HTML, Cascading Style Sheets, VBScript, special effects with filters and transitions, ActiveX, data binding, and channels. You'll also get Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 and the complete Microsoft Internet Client Software Development Kit (SDK) on CD-ROM, as well as numerous samples for creating Web pages. All of which make this book your essential guide and reference for building your best Web sites ever.

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Contents

mu Getting Started with Dynamic HTML
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Dynamic HTML Prerequisites 38
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Introducing Cascading Style Sheets
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Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Alan Simpson is the author of more than 80 computer books published throughout the world in more than a dozen languages. His award-winning titles have sold hundreds of thousands of copies and are best known for their light, engaging style and clear, straightforward approach to technical subjects. Alan has written books on operating sys-tems (DOS, Windows, Linux), Internet (HTML, JavaScript), databases, spreadsheets, word processing programs, and more. Prior to becoming an author, Alan worked as a software consultant, programmer, and teacher.