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Browser Support for CSS
Jan 17, 2003
No other Web-related technology has been more limited by poor browser implementation than Cascading Style Sheets. This sample chapter discusses what the browser problem is, how it affects you, and the importance of workarounds.
Jan 1, 2003
Formatting Your Dreamweaver MX Web Page with CSS and HTML Styles
Sep 20, 2002
Learn how Dreamweaver makes it easy to define styles, even styles for your entire site in a single location, that add fonts, colors, and other effects to text and other objects on Web pages.
Pop-under Windows: Annoying Certainly, but Dangerous?
May 1, 2002
Can pop-under windows actually be harmful as well as annoying? This article tells you how to avoid them altogether.
Transforming XML with XSLT
Apr 12, 2002
Larry Brown summarizes installation and setup of the Apache Xalan transformer and uses Swing and JavaServer to transform XML documents into different HTML documents based on the client's browser type.
Using HTML Forms with Servlets
Mar 29, 2002
In this sample chapter from Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP), Marty Hall discusses using HTML forms as front ends to servlets or other server-side programs.
Building a Dynamic Two-Level Navigation Bar in HTML
Feb 1, 2002
Jason Pryde describes an interesting solution for the problem of creating a "sliding" menu table in a navigation frame.
What Are CSS and DHTML?
Jan 18, 2002
In this sample chapter from Essential DSS and DHTML for Web Professionals, author Dan Livingston teaches you how to maintain control over your Web pages, and even your Web site as a whole, which can save you and your users lots of time.
Web Publishing: An Introduction to HTML
Jan 4, 2002
In this sample chapter from Sams Teach Yourself Web Publishing with HTML and XHTML in 21 Days, Professional Reference Edition, Rafe Colburn and Laura Lemay teach you how to create your very first Web page.
XForms: Are They for Real?
Dec 6, 2001
XForms may facilitate interaction between web sites and devices, says Jasmit Kochhar. This article discusses XForms basics and shows how to create a standard online form.
Coding Guidelines for Client-Side Scripting
Nov 30, 2001
Client-side script code can be improved for maintainability and reusability by adhering to some helpful coding practices. Scott Loban highlights some structural and organizational conventions in this article.
Elements of Client-Side Scripting
Nov 30, 2001
Client-side scripts use four essential components to enable the creation of full-featured Web applications. Scott Loban introduces those major components of client-side scripting and their roles in a dynamic Web application.
Introduction to Client-Side Scripting
Nov 30, 2001
What separates a Web page from an application is rich, two-way communication between the user and the site. Scott Loban delves into client-side scripting, a key technology for providing greater interactivity and pizzazz to Web applications.
Language Choices for Client-Side Scripting
Nov 30, 2001
Multiple languages are available for writing client-side scripts, including JavaScript, VBScript, Perl, Tcl/Tk, and REXX. Scott Loban discusses the nuances of these popular languages for client-side scripts.
CSS Coding Guidelines
Nov 16, 2001
To improve the maintainability and reusability of code, you should establish a set of coding rules, document those rules, and enforce their use. Scott Loban explores some coding conventions for CSS in this article.
Elements of CSS
Nov 16, 2001
The major structural elements of CSS include style sheets, attribute-value pairs, and binding. Scott Loban helps you understand these elements so that you can use CSS more effectively.
Introduction to CSS
Nov 16, 2001
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) give authors a language for applying style characteristics to the elements of a Web document. Scott Loban shows some examples of how you can use CSS to simplify formatting.
HTML Coding Guidelines
Nov 9, 2001
When using HTML, it is important to plan for maintainable, reusable code and to adopt a consistent policy on coding style. Scott Loban gives you some tips to make this easier.
HTML in Web Applications
Nov 9, 2001
Using HTML and Web applications involves knowing how to use several core elements such as servers and clients. Scott Loban introduces these elements in this article.
HTML: Origins and Purpose
Nov 9, 2001
Scott Loban shows how you can use HTML keywords and tags to format and display the content of Web pages.

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