Platinum Edition Using XHTML, XML and Java 2

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Que Publishing, 2001 - 1413 lappuses
Platinum Edition XHTML, XML and Java 2 is separated into several sections, each of which focuses on a specific technology, including XHTML, XML, JavaScript, Dynamic HTML, CGI programming with Perl, Server-side Programming with ASP, ColdFusion and PHP, and Java 2. Throughout the book, the authors focus on the features and benefits of each technology, giving readers a well-rounded education in current web development tools and techniques. In addition, the authors demonstrate the value of combining various technologies (such as Java and XML) for more powerful web solutions.
 

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Saturs

Web Site and Web Page Design
11
Communicating Between Frames 499
21
Introduction to XHTML
47
What Is XHTML?
48
Converting Your Existing HTML Content
62
XHTML 1 0 Element Reference
65
Global Attributes
68
List Elements
100
Dynamic HTML
566
Netscapes LiveConnect
578
Introduction to Dynamic HTML
597
Dynamic Styles with Cascading Style
611
Dynamic Fonts
617
Advanced Microsoft Dynamic HTML
623
Dynamic HTML Events and the event
633
Advanced Netscape Dynamic HTML
657

Hyperlink Elements
106
Table Elements
112
Form Elements
122
Frame Elements
132
Image Maps
141
Advanced Graphics
159
Images
179
Image Map Tools 154
185
Tables
191
Controlling Other Table Attributes
198
Frames
215
Forms
233
Labeling Input Fields
253
Style Sheets
261
XML
263
Tips for Style Sheet Users
275
Introducing XML
283
Creating XML Files for Use
311
Tools
320
Parsers
326
Parsing and Navigating XMLSAX DOM XPath XPointer and XLink
333
XPath Fundamentals
341
Transforming XMLXSLT
349
Constraining XMLDTDs and XML Schemas
369
Formatting and Displaying XML
385
WML and WAP
398
Exploiting XMLXML and eCommerce
401
Enterprise JavaBeans
411
Moving Forward with XML
417
JavaScript
421
Skills
426
543
431
Introduction to JavaScripting
433
Introduction to JavaScript
434
Programming with JavaScript
440
Controlling Your JavaScripts
446
JavaScript and Web Browsers
455
The Document Object Model
459
The image Object
475
Manipulating Windows and Frames with JavaScript
479
Reasons to Use Frames 218
499
Using JavaScript to Create Smart Forms
513
Numbers
528
Cookies and State Maintenance
543
The Trouble with Stateless HTTP
544
Other State Maintenance Options
560
Using JavaScript to Control Web Browser Objects
565
Content Positioning
673
Animated Buttons Using Layers
679
Dynamic HTML with Navigator 6
687
CrossBrowser Dynamic HTML
693
Formatting with Style Sheets
699
Dynamic Fonts
712
Resources on the Web
718
Programming CGI Scripts
723
ServerSide Includes
755
ServerSide Security Issues
791
Using Others CGI Scripts
814
Survey of Web Databases
817
Writing Active Server Pages
839
Using ColdFusion
891
The ColdFusion Markup Language
911
Using PHP
959
Database Access with PHP
980
Java 2
991
Introduction to Java
993
Developing Java Applets
1009
Stepping Through the Code
1024
User Input and Interactivity with Java
1051
Application
1084
Using SwingSpecific Layouts
1097
Graphics and Animation
1107
Putting It All TogetherThe Art Display
1125
Adding Animation
1139
Using the 2D API
1146
Java Resources on the Web
1155
Network Programming
1157
The Java Socket Classes
1163
Using Network Communications
1176
Security
1177
Applets Versus ActiveX Controls
1189
ServerSide Java
1217
The Life Cycle of a Servlet
1224
Implementing Servlets Using JSP
1234
Java and XML
1245
Writing Extensible Server Pages
1296
Appendixes
1299
A JavaScript Language Reference
1301
B General Reference Resource
1345
Index
1365
The Main Elements of Navigator 4 Dynamic
1377
Making and Using Signed Applets 1200
1387
Trends in Web Site Design 43
1405
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