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The complete web programmer's cross-reference.

HTML, CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and JavaScript are the three basic web programming languages that web programmers use to build functional, attractive, and interactive web sites. HTML creates the text, images, and other content on a web page; CSS formats and positions those elements; and JavaScript adds interactivity to websites by responding to user choices. The Web Programmer's Desk Reference is the only book to serve as a single point of reference to all three primary web programming languages. It begins with a web programming primer that gives beginning and intermediate programmers an understanding of the core elements of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, then moves on to a reference section that lists every element of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Each listing includes the latest syntax and functionality, compatibility with other elements, and cross-browser compatibility issues. Whether you are a professional web programmer, professional web designer, or a recreational webmaster with a dynamic web site, this will be the book that you use whenever you need to know how to use a particular HTML element, JavaScript object, or CSS style.

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