Here's the secret to building dynamic Web pages that get your visitors involved
Discover how to
- Detect a user's browser
- Format and display times and dates
- Store information with cookies
- Create hot buttons, clickable images, mouse rollovers, and more
All this on the bonus CD-ROM
- All sample code listings covered in the book
- Trial versions of Web Weaver®, and Dreamweaver® MX 2004, including HomeSite®
- SmartMenus DHTML, plus other scripts and examples you can use
Please see the CD-ROM appendix for details and complete system requirements.
About the Author
Emily Vander Veer is an experienced Web developer with a talent for making technology understandable. She's the author or coauthor of eleven books on Web technology.
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