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'A' Level Information Technology - very respectable

Advantages: Nice layout
Disadvantages: Sometimes waffles on a bit

Being a student I probably use this book more frequently than teachers do and so I believe I am more able to write a 'real' review. This 370-page book aims to cover all aspects of the A-level IT course. The book is presented well with short paragraphs an ...

gregrobson 05.08.2000 · Read full review
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Review of A Level Textbooks: A Level Computing - P.M. Heathcote

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A teachers best friend

Advantages: Explains things simply
Disadvantages: Not everything in the book is on the course

...Having just completed my first year of A level computing i could not have done it without this book. This is not sayin that the course can not be completed without this book just that my teacher was totally dependant on it. I completed my course (and ...

leighton_87 30.09.2004 · Read full review
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Review of A Level Textbooks: A Level Computing - P.M. Heathcote

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Does it compute

Advantages: Gets you through the course
Disadvantages: A lot of information you dont need.

I am currently studying A level computing and using this book to study from. It is a well structured book with all the different topics in well ordered chapters and sections. It comprises the whole AQA course from AS to A-level. The language used is ve ...

davemhowe 21.11.2002 · Read full review
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Review of A Level Textbooks: A Level Computing - P.M. Heathcote

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THE reference book for HTML4, DOM, CSS & JavaScript

Advantages: Covers every aspect of DHTML with excellent reference to browser inconsistencies
Disadvantages: Will slowly be going out of date - keep checking for revisions!

Dynamic HTML - The Definitive Reference, by Danny Goodman As a reference book for HTML, the Document Object Model (DOM), cascading style sheets (CSS), and JavaScript, this book is unsurpassed. The quality is something I've come to expect from the O'Rei ...

malross 05.09.2000 · Read full review

Review of Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference - Danny Goodman

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This title is self explanatory

Advantages: Nice layout, very comprehensive
Disadvantages: Starting to data

This book is beginning to date but still has a lot to offer to those who frequently need to know a specific piece of information. The book at over 1000 pages may appear to be oversized, but nothing could be further from the truth. The book is split into ...

gregrobson 29.07.2000 · Read full review

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