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Javascript for dummies. Quick Reference - Vander

Javascript for dummies. Quick Reference

Author: Vander
Publishers: Wiley Publishing
Year of publication: 2002
Number of pages: 115
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by Emily A. Vander Veer
A Quick Reference for the Rest of Us!8
Bestselling Computer Book Series
The Quick and Easy Way to Remember JavaScript Commands and Features
Step-by-Step Instructions for Creating Interactive Web Pages Quickly and Easily —All New!
Practical HTML and JavaScript Tricks and Tips
Table of Contents
Introduction: Нои/ to Use This Book..................................1
Relating JavaScript to the World Wide Web.....................2
The Internet..................................................2
The World Wide Web............................................2
JavaScript the Magnificent....................................3
Finding Exactly What You’re Looking for in This Book..........4
Understanding the Conventions Used in This Book...............5
Figuring Out What the Icons Mean..............................7
Where to Go from Here.........................................8
Part /; First Things First: Creating HTML Objects to Work rtithin JavaScript..........................9
Creating a Meat-and-Potatoes Web Page........................10
Body section: <BODY> ... </BODY>.............................11
Header section: <HEAD> ... </HEAD>...........................12
Interactive form: <FORM> ... </FORM>.........................12
JavaScript script: <SCRIPT> ... </SCRIPT>....................13
Web page: <HTML>.. ,</HTML>..................................14
Inserting Form Elements into Your Web Page...................15
ActiveX component: <OBJECT> ... </OBJECT>....................15
Graphic image: <IMG>.........................................16
HTML comment: <!-... ->......................................18
Frame: <FRAMESET> ... <FRAME> ... </FRAMESET> .............18
Hypertext anchor: <A> ... </A>...............................19
Hypertext link: <A> ... </A>.................................20
Inserting Interactive Form Elements: <INPUT>.................21
Button.......................................................22
Check box....................................................22
fileUpload...................................................23
Hidden.......................................................23
Password.....................................................24
Radio button.................................................24
Reset........................................................25
Select.......................................................25
Submit.......................................................27
Text.........................................................27
Textarea.....................................................28
Inserting a Java Applet: <APPLET> .. ,</APPLET>..............29
Mapping an Area: <MAP>.. .<AREA>.. .</MAP>...................31
Plugging in a Plug-in: <EMBED> ... </EMBED>..................32
Specifying Useful Web Page Features..........................33
CGI program to call on submit: <FORM> .. ,</FORM>..........34
Title for your Web page: <TITLE>.. ,</TITLE>.................34
JavaScript For Dummies Quick Reference
Part II: JavaScript Basics.............................................35
About JavaScript Security........................................36
Basics of the JavaScript Object Model............................36
Built-in JavaScript data types................................37
Hierarchy of JavaScript objects...............................37
Utility objects...............................................39
Basic Punctuation and Syntax.....................................40
Nested quotes.................................................40
Pairs.........................................................41
Spelling and capitalization (case)............................41
Top-down......................................................42
Comments (/*...*/ and //)........................................42
Conditional Expressions: if... else..............................43
Loops............................................................43
break.........................................................44
continue......................................................44
for...........................................................45
for ... in....................................................46
while.........................................................46
Operators........................................................47
Assignment operators..........................................47
Comparison operators..........................................48
Logical operators.............................................48
Mathematical operators........................................49
Operator precedence...........................................49
Special Operators................................................50
typeof........................................................50
void..........................................................51
String operators..............................................52
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