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Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference

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A book by Danny Goodman

Danny Goodman felt that he couldn't trust any of the documentation on Dynamic HTML (DHTML) that he read (too many contradictions), so he wrote this book as a reference for working with his own clients. After testing tags and techniques on multiple releases … see full wiki

Author: Danny Goodman
Publisher: O'Reilly
1 review about Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference

Most definitely definitive

  • Feb 1, 2000
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In scholarly works, the word definitive often gets used with the frequency and permanence of a political promise. In this case however, it should be capitalized, underlined and bolded, because it fits. Of all the hundreds of books that I own concerning web development, this one gets used as much as all the others put together. I can count on my fingers the number of times I found something in another source after failing to find it in this one. It is the only reference book that I have ever required my students to buy, and is the only book where I purchased two copies, just in case.

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