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5.0 von 5 Sternen You wanted DHTML? You got DHTML!
I've purchased several books (Javascript: the Definitive Guide, Netscape ONE Developers Guide, etc) relating to Javascript and Web development. I recently became interested in the functionality that DHTML provides and although I have several books on Javascript, I had nothing which directly references DHTML techniques. This is the book if you want to learn BOTH...
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Dynamic HTML The Inaccurate Reference
The good point of this book is the three sections providing complete cross-referenced information on HTML, DOM, and Javascript. The big weakness is the front sections describing application of DHTML to web pages.
The purpose of a book such as this is to instruct readers in how to apply DHTML to design of web pages. As such, accuracy of information presented and...
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Not as good as it seems, 22. Mai 2000
Well here is the story:
My friend and i work as web designers. Well we desided to learn some dhtml and starting looking through books, then we desided to buy 2 books, so that when we'd finish them we could exchange. Well I bought this book and my friend got "DHTML and JavaScript". I was really excited, because i wanted to learn some DHTML and learn how to use layers. CSS was not really my concern because i already read many online pages with tutorials and i know it pretty well(SO as javaScript). Well, when i opened the book i was really disappointed beacuse the book dosn't even talk about layers. Just CSS and JavaScript which was complete waste for me. Well when i looked at my friend's book, that book really got me interesting it has a very good coverage of both Layers and how to use them combined with css and js...
The book also included a very good reference table for css commands. I think that "DHTML and JavaScript"(isbn: 0130863343 ) book is a much better deal.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen thorough reference on HTML, CSS, Javascript and DOM, 29. Dezember 2001
Von Ein Kunde
Although things change quickly on the Internet, this book is still the best reference and resource on web site building that I have come across. The book contains a complete reference divided in sections on HTML, the Document Object (DOM), Style Sheet Attributes and the JavaScript Language. All attribute entries include a description and example. The versions of Internet Explorer and Netscape that support it are mentioned with it. The extensive DOM reference also includes the properties and methods.
The appendixes describe HTML character entities, color names and RGB values, keyboard event character values and specific Internet Explorer commands.
The book starts with a section describing all these features of Dynamic HTML in general and how to apply them. For example, absolute versus relative positioning is explained in detail, followed by an explanation of positioning attributes.
The book is my inseparable companion when I'm working on my web site.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen No nonsense, to the point reference. Invaluable, 21. Mai 1999
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I've been writing DHTML for quite a while and have looked through dozens of books on the subject. Of all those books, I would have to say that this is the best I've seen. Unlike the other books that treat the readers like idiots, and go through 200 pages worth of stuff we already know, this book dispenses with all the pleasantries and get straight to the heart of the matter.
This reference books has just about everything from simple HTML tags and their properties, to DHTML tags, CSS attributes, DOM structure and javascript references. Best of all, for all properites, events and tags listed, they book describes whether or not they are supported under both browsers or just one of the two. One of the most annoying things that can happen is for you to find the tag/method/object of your dreams only to find out that it's only supported under IE. With this book, there are no nasty surprises like that.
For a mere $40.00, this book is hard to beat.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Every Web Author Should Have One!, 3. Januar 2000
As a *reference* book (that is, not a tutorial or manual or *dummies* book) is meant to be used by people already familiar with what they are doing and need a comprehensive source to look something up, this book is the perfect model of a great reference work and belongs on every web deleloper's desk. It offers detailed info on HTML elements, DOM, CSS, and JavaScript. As this is a DHTML reference, the Javascript section is sorely lacking, though. A great feature is that for each element, property and attribute, it tells you which versions of Netscape and IE supports that element. Descriptions and examples are also provided for each entry. It also briefly explains how to use DHTML and cross-platform problems. Another consideration is that since this is such a large reference, it takes a little time to get used to its organization and how to look things up. But this is the one web book I keep referring back to all the time.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Worst book by Goodman _or_ O'Reilly ever, 11. März 1999
Von Ein Kunde
I have been a fan of Danny Goodman's books since the heyday of HyperCard, and a fan of O'Reilly & Associates since I first played with Perl many years ago. But this book is far below the standards both have set with their previous works. I have found it to be nearly useless in practice: the index is a vestigial afterthought; the organization of the core reference sections is unwieldy and counterintuitive; the page layout and navigation elements (such as guide entries and section headings) give local information only and don't help the reader maintain a sense of where in the (deep and byzantine) section hierarchy they are. I'm sure a large part of the blame should rest on the chaotic subject itself, but the reputations attached to this book lead to the expectation that it will make sense of a muddied topic, and it just doesn't. This is the first Goodman or O'Reilly book for which I really just want my money back.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen VERY useful, almost TOO much information, 1. September 1998
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I bought this book because I wanted to have an information packed resource detailing every vagary in the DHTML-capable browsers of today. Knowing thier track record, I figured I couldn't go wrong with O'Reilly. Well, information is what you get in this baby. Organized quite nice too... if you need to look up a topic, cross reference a method between browsers or whatever you will probably find it; and with a code example. I would say 'definitive' is an understatement.
Only beef I have with the book is I wish it had some more explanations of some key features and the usefullness of this technology. The book also puts an emphasis on cross-browser compatibility, so it leaves out some of the in-depth strengths of any particular browser (like data binding *argh*) in favor of discussing ways in which to appeal to both platforms. Over all a very good book!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Let's clear the fog!, 9. September 1999
Von Ein Kunde
I believe the difference between those who loved this book and those who hated it is this: how often do you work on web design? For "in-my-free-time" developers or beginners I say this, "when you have gotten a fair background in development and want to finally move into serious application, buy this book." For professional web developers like myself I say this, "add this to your library right now!" I have retired my Javascript and HTML books and I don't care if I ever see them again. Now the only books in my library that I use with regularity are this one and "ASP in a Nutshell" and "Developing ASP Components" -- all from O'Reilly. I carry this book with me EVERYWHERE!! BOTTOM LINE: If it's a hobby, it might not be a very useful or exciting read, if its your job then give yourself a break, buy this book now!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Best all-around reference, 8. Dezember 1999
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This book has been invaluable to me in my business of building web sites for the internet and intranets. I buy one for every new employee who works in development. It's clear, unfluffy, comprehensive and EXTREMELY well organized, as so many other reference books aren't (including others by O'Reilly). There are a few minor inconsistencies here and there but these are nothing compared to other so-called reference books I've read.
You will get not only the DOM model and a great html reference, but clear understanding and syntax for cascading style sheets (not the easiest thing in the world to catch on to), container concepts, and an introduction to Javascript.
If you only buy one web reference book - buy this one. I've been doing this work full time for a year and a half and I still pull this book off the shelf before any others.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Awesome - my BIBLE, 14. Mai 1999
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I am a professional DHTML developer and this book is my BIBLE. No other work has so comprehensively and thoroughly documented *cross-browser* Javascript, DOM, HTML, and CSS in one place. It very clearly tells you what is available and what will and will not work on various browsers and versions -- something that is otherwise extremely difficult to cull from widespread sources.
The reviewers here that have given this book a low rating because it isn't a concise tutorial are silly. It's not a tutorial -- it's an excellent, comprehensive reference meant for people who already are somewhat familiar with the basic concepts of DHTML. Once you learn the basics and encounter the nightmare of cross-browser scripting, you will surely appreciate the scope and magnitude of this truly definitive work. This is THE single DHTML reference to have.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellet - covers information that the pros need to know., 16. Oktober 1998
Most books are for starters, but where do you go after that? DHTML is more then just simple script, It's the complete interaction with "ALL" Objects, Properties, Scriptlets, Scripts, etc.
This book has explicit reference information on HTML, CSS, DOM, & Javascript and has excelent cross referencing in the end of the book. It gives some good details in the beginning chapters of the book on how to apply DHTML to both leading browsers and offeres a few ways around things that appear simpler then complex operations I have worked with in the past.
One thing this book does lack though, is the mentioning of DHTML scriptlets, and vbscript. But for what is supplied, I have little room to complain. This book is worth more then its retail price.
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