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Instant JavaScript By Martin Webb

Instant JavaScript by Martin Webb

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Aims to help build interactive Web pages with JavaScript. With over 90 scripts inside the book and on the accompanying CD, this title helps you create a range of applications - from displaying banners and other Web graphics to using forms and building frames - and more. It also includes coverage of DHTML, plugins, security issues, and more.

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Instant JavaScript by Martin Webb

Build interactive Web pages with JavaScript using this unique sourcebook of ready-to-run scripts. Filled with over 90 scripts inside the book and on the accompanying CD, you'll be able to create a wide range of applications-from displaying banners and other Web graphics to using forms and building frames-and much more. In addition, you'll get detailed hands-on information for customizing and extending scripts for use in different environments. This guide also includes coverage of DHTML, plugins, security issues and creation of e-commerce applications-plus, easy to identify icons throughout the text highlight what's on the CD, for quick reference.

About Martin Webb

Martin Webb (Hampshire, UK) is a Java Technical Consultant for a large telecommunications company in the UK, although he spends a lot of his time web enabling systems and writing JavaScript and HTML code. Martin is the founder of the successful, a non-profit Web site devoted to the discussion of Web-related technologies (particularly JavaScript). Martin also writes Web development articles for and and served as a co-author on O'Reilly's Designing with JavaScript: Creating Dynamic Web pages, 2/e. Michael Plungjan has been full-time in computing since 1986, and since 1995 his work has been concentrated on Inter/Intranet technologies, including JavaScript, (D)HTML, Java, CGI, XML, and XSL. Michel also maintains the Q&A area of Keith Drakard (London, UK) is a principal coder for a leading web development company in the UK, tying Cold Fusion and PHP functionality to SQL databases and building templates for easily maintainable websites. Keith is also an editor at

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: JavaScript Overview. Chapter 2: Maths and Numbers. Chapter 3: Strings and Regular Expressions. Chapter 4: Arrays and Objects. Chapter 5: Location and Links. Chapter 6: Windows and Frames. Chapter 7: Date and Time. Chapter 8: Forms. Chapter 9: Images. Chapter 10: Cookies. Chapter 11: Dynamic HTML. Chapter 12: Applications. Chapter 13. Utilities. Chapter 14: Fun Stuff.

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Instant JavaScript by Martin Webb
Used - Good
McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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