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    Good NETSCAPE DHTML book?

    Please help me - I need to find one good Netscape DHTML book and one good DHTML Netscape tutorial book. All I can pretty much find is Internet Explorer stuff - can't even find anything decent on amazon.

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    Netscape DHTML ? Do you mean DHTML which works in Netscape 6.x ?
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    Originally posted by five40
    Netscape DHTML ? Do you mean DHTML which works in Netscape 6.x ?
    Yes, you could also call it that. Where could I find a good book like this?

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    anything by O'Reilly Publishers, but watch the edition

    two reference works that have examples:
    Dan Goodman's dHTML: a reference book
    David Flanagan's Javascript: the Definitive Guide

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    For W3C DOM (which is Netscape), I don't think there's really a good book out. I wrote a tutorial on DHTML and the alst section is dedicated to DOM and it's kind of detailed, and I'm always glad to answer any questions on the forums...especiallyt he hard W3C DOM ones and the hard JavaScript syntactical and object-oriented questions.

    http://www.pageresource.com/dhtml/ryan/

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    Originally posted by Arielladog
    For W3C DOM (which is Netscape)
    Yep, that I was chasing after. There is going to be
    second edition of Danny Goodman's "Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference", which covers IE6/Netscape6. I have also tried to find books which cover W3C DOM, but without luck.
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