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Community Level 2malross


THE reference book for HTML4, DOM, CSS & JavaScript

AdvantagesCovers every aspect of DHTML with excellent reference to browser inconsistencies

DisadvantagesWill slowly be going out of date - keep checking for revisions!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'Reilly series of internet development books. Not only does it cover every detail of these topics (up to HTML 4.0), it also states which browsers, and which versions, support each element. This alone ..." Read review

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Community Level 1gregrobson


This title is self explanatory

AdvantagesNice layout, very comprehensive

DisadvantagesStarting 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 7 sections. The first is a crash-course tutorial section, but as the book is no meant as a teaching book this section only shows how different things work. Second is the HTML reference that shows ..." Read review

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