statements in among the HTML code that makes up your Web pages makes a
dramatic difference. Enhanced, more interactive navigation buttons,
user input validation, and scrolling messages are but a few of the
statements and examples of how to use them are right at your
fingertips. Internet technology expert Emily A. Vander Veer not only
but also points out potential pitfalls, offers neat tricks, and
provides complete code for doing such things as interacting with
cookies, displaying pop-up messages, and making your script compatible
Author Biography: Emily A. Vander Veer has
For Dummies and JavaBeans For Dummies. Her work has appeared in
numerous online and print publications including Byte, CNET, Object
Magazine, and WEBTechniques.
Emily resides in the hill country of Austin, Texas, where she lives
with her husband, Clay (a jazz guitarist nonpareil), and her two-pound
pooches, Lochlan and Ceilidh. When she's not hard at work at her
keyboard, Emily enjoys traveling, both in the U.S. and abroad.
Introduction: How to Use This Book.
The World Wide Web.
Finding Exactly What You're Looking for in This Book.
Understanding the Conventions Used in This Book.
Figuring Out What the Icons Mean.
Where to Go from Here.
Part III: HTML Objects: The Heart of It All.
Part V: Functions.
Part VI: Methods: How an Object Behaves.
Part VII: Properties (Object Data).
Part VIII: Event Handlers.
Appendix A: Reserved Words.
Appendix B: Color Values.
Glossary: Techie Talk.
Reader Response Card.