I'm looking to add some nifty toys to my web pages. :)
Thanks in advance. :)
Dynamic HTML - the Definitive Reference by Danny Goodman is the ultimate DHTML reference. It covers everything you need to know and is superb. I believe Danny is releasing edition 2 very soon, so get that version if you can wait a bit. It's rated 4.5 stars at Amazon. Note however it's a reference, not a book telling you how to construct your own scripts or give you a whole batch of scripts.
Although I don't have a dHTML book or anything particular on that subject, I consider myself to be a dHTML expert. How did I become that way? ALthough books are great, examining and disecting scripts are even better. That's one reason why I hang out so much at forums and even moderate one.
P.S>-I kind of have a dHTML tutorial, but I'm trying to revamp it a little.
Big up ya chest boys & girls,
I found Dynamic HTML By Jeff Rule good to learn DHTML from as it shows you practical examples.
Hmm, a pure reference is too much I think. I know a little DHTML but need more background on DOM and the objects.
Seeing as I only really want to do the spiffy stuff, should I be looking at a DHTML book instead of a Javscript book?
I ask because I'm not entirely sure what DHTML is. :confused:
Yup, you're right - kinda silly throwing around terms without know what they are.
Found a good explanation of DHTML: http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/...l?tw=authoring
Danny Goodman's 2nd ed of DHTML Reference won't be out for several months according to his site. :( I think I'll try out the Visual Quickstart . I'll cross my fingers and hope it's not too simple.
Thanks for the suggestions everyone!