CSS, DHTML, & Ajax
The Web doesn't stand still, and neither does this guide: Completely updated to cover the new browsers, standards, and CSS, DHTML, and Ajax features that define the Web today, the one thing that hasn't changed in this edition is its task-based visual approach to the topic. In these pages, readers will find friendly, step-by-step instructions for using CSS, DHTML, and Ajax to add visually sophisticated, interactive elements to their Web sites. Using loads of tips and screen shots, veteran author Jason Cranford Teague covers a lot of ground--from basic and advanced dynamic techniques (for example, making objects appear and disappear) to creating effects for newer browsers, migrating from tables to CSS, and creating new DHTML scripts with embedded scroll areas, fixed menu bars, and more. Users new to CSS, DHTML, and Ajax will find this a quick, easy introduction to scripting, while more experienced programmers will be pleased to find practical, working examples throughout the book.
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Data Server XML Data XMLHID Request Code page . html Filter Page How the Ajax Web user experience works Ajax changes the classic Web experience by allowing the browser to go back to the server incrementally to make changes to the ...
Understanding Server Requests Ajax functionality relies on the relatively straightforward ability to request data from the server . Every time you load a Web page , you are making a server request , so that's nothing new .
Table 20.1 Ajax Properties PROPERTY DESCRIPTION onreadystatechange readyState response Text Event handler triggered when the state of the request object changes Status code for the current state of the server request object ( see Table ...
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CSS, DHTML, and Ajax, Fourth Edition: Visual QuickStart Guide
Jason Cranford Teague
Limited preview - 2006