DHTML Utopia: Modern Web Design Using JavaScript & DOM

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SitePoint, 2005 - Computers - 318 pages
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"Create Killer Websites Using the Power of Modern JavaScript"

DHTML Utopia is an easy-to-follow, step-by-step tutorial that will show you how to make your websites more slick, dynamic, and usable.

Add dynamic interactivity to your website with DHTML by combining the power of JavaScript, Cascading Style Sheets(CSS), and the Document Object Model (DOM) to achieve bulletproof, accessible, standards-compliant, and aesthetically pleasing results that work on all browsers.

  • Build fancy DHTML effects that can be instantly reused in any project
  • Learn to code accessible JavaScript that won't trouble older browsers
  • Make search engine friendly, multi-level, drop-down navigation menus
  • Create usable forms that auto-complete, just like "Google Suggest"
  • Build dynamic web applications using remote scripting techniques/Ajax

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About the author (2005)

Stuart Langridge is quite possibly the only person in the world to have a BS in computer Science and philosophy. When he's not fiddling about with computers, he's an information architect, author of SitePoint's "DHTML Utopia," a member of the WaSP's Scripting Task Force, and a drinker of decent beers. He's also one-quarter of the team at LugRadio, the world's premiere free and open source software radio show.

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