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Debugging JavaScript in Dreamweaver
By Tony Arguelles
Oct 18, 2002
Although JavaScript works well for client-side scripting, identifying and fixing errors in the code can be difficult. Dreamweaver's JavaScript Debugger comes to the rescue: Find out how to find and fix incorrect JavaScript code here.
Advanced Javascript Mouseovers
By Dan Livingston
Aug 23, 2002
Go beyond the basic JavaScript mouseover and learn how to add preloaded images with submenus and stylesheets. Explore some sample code and the meaning behind it with an in-depth example.
JavaScript Programming Techniques
By Jason D. Gilliam, Sean Michaels, Charlton Ting, R. Allen Wyke
Jul 19, 2002
Discover the power of JavaScript and learn how to make your JavaScript programs more resilient to errors through pattern matching and event handling.
Using JavaScript with XSLT Style Sheets
By Nicholas Chase
May 17, 2002
Learn to use XSLT style sheets to transform XML data from one from one structure to another.
JSP Custom Tags
By Westy Rockwell
Sep 14, 2001
New Riders' author Westy Rockwell helps get you started building web applications by reviewing JSP custom tags and giving you tips for expanding your knowledge of this topic.
JSP Tag Libraries
By Westy Rockwell
Sep 14, 2001
New Riders' author Westy Rockwell helps get you started building web applications by reviewing JSP custom libraries and giving you tips for expanding your knowledge of this topic.
Performing Financial Calculations
By Paul McFedries
Sep 2, 2001
Paul McFedries teaches you how to use JavaScript to perform a number of basic financial calculations, including loan or mortgage payments, the future value of an investment, and inflation.
Encrypting Text with JavaScript
By Paul McFedries
Sep 2, 2001
Encoding and encrypting cookie characters helps slow down cookie interlopers seeking sensitive material such as credit card numbers. Paul McFedries covers the basics here and gives you an algorithm to use in encryption.
Making Form Fields Mandatory
By Paul McFedries
Sep 2, 2001
Forms generally require the user to fill in at least one field. Paul McFedries shows you some ways to encourage users to fill in mandatory fields.
Cross-Browser Solutions: Detection and Generic Functions
By Paul McFedries
Sep 2, 2001
Cross-browser scripting might be difficult, but it is possible. Paul McFedries gives you some pointers on scripting for multiple object models.
Understanding Variables in JavaScript
By Paul McFedries
Jul 6, 2001
Learn the specifics behind the three things involved in scripting with variables: creating (or declaring) variables, assigning values to those variables, and including the variables in other statements in your code.
JavaScript as an Application Platform
By Bob Grogan
Feb 2, 2001
Expert Web developer Bob Grogan discusses the steps required to utilize JavaScript as a reliable, powerful language for object-oriented application development.
JavaScript in Action
By Adrian Kingsley-Hughes, Kathie Kingsley-Hughes
Jan 19, 2001
Learn how to write Javascript in this sample chapter from JavaScript 1.5 by Example.

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