After you have a solid foundation, you explore dynamic generation of Web content using server-side scripting and back-end databases. And you practice what you learn by building a sample application as you go.
What does this book cover?
Here are some of the things you'll find in this book:
- How to identify and correct flaws in your code
- Techniques for programming the browser
- How to use Microsoft Script Debugger and Netscape Script Debugger
- Ways to manage cross-browser issues
Who is this book for?
Author: Paul Wilton
Chapter 2: Data Types and Variables.
Chapter 3: Decisions, Loops, and Functions.
Chapter 5: Programming the Browser.
Chapter 6: HTML Forms—Interacting with the User.
Chapter 7: Windows and Frames.
Chapter 8: String Manipulation.
Chapter 9: Date, Time, and Timers.
Chapter 10: Common Mistakes, Debugging, and Error Handling.
Chapter 11: Storing Information: Cookies.
Chapter 12: Dynamic HTML in Early Browsers.
Chapter 13: Dynamic HTML in Modern Browsers.
Chapter 16: Server-Side Scripting with ASP.
Chapter 17: Databases.
Appendix A: Exercise Solutions.
Appendix D: Latin-1 Character Set.
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