JavaScript for the World Wide Web (Visual QuickStart Guides)

JavaScript for the World Wide Web (Visual QuickStart Guides)

by TomNegrino (Author), Dori Smith (Author)

Synopsis

For any course in Digital Graphics, Web Design, Web Scripting and Development, Multimedia, Page Layout, Office Tools, and Operating Systems. These task-based, visual reference guides feature step-by-step instructions and plenty of screen shots to guide students and teachers through the most important tasks. Visual QuickStart Guides are the ideal way to get students up and running quickly, and are used for intermediate and advanced students as a quick reference.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 292
Edition: 3
Publisher: Peachpit Press
Published: 23 Jun 1999

ISBN 10: 0201354632
ISBN 13: 9780201354638
Book Overview: Does the following sound familiar? You know how to build a good-looking Web page, but you'd like to add some excitement and interactivity to your site. Then the next step is JavaScript, a programming language designed to make HTML more powerful and dynamic. You don't need to be a seasoned programmer to master JavaScript--just a copy of JavaScript for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide. This third edition of the best-selling guide includes expanded coverage of such essential topics as how to liven up your pages with dynamic images, add smart forms, and detect which browsers and plug-ins your visitors are using so you can customize the content they see. What hasn't changed is the book's clear, step-by-step approach and generous sample code and screenshots. With JavaScript: VQS, you get both an excellent introduction to the language and a handy reference tool.

Author Bio

Tom Negrino is a best-selling book author and contributing editor to Macworld magazine. He is the co-author of two previous editions of this book.
Dori Smith writes the JavaScript columns for Macworld.com and DevX.com, and is a contributing editor for MacTech. She is the co-author of the previous editions of this book, and author of Java for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide.