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Part IV: Client-Side JavaScript Reference > Client-Side JavaScript Reference

Chapter 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference

This part of the book is a reference section that documents the classes, methods, properties, and event handlers defined by web browsers that support client-side JavaScript. These classes, methods, and properties form the de facto standard called the DOM Level 0 API. Beginning scripters and programmers writing with backward compatibility in mind will use this reference section in conjunction with the core JavaScript reference of Part III. The introduction and sample reference page explain how to use and get the most out of this reference section. Take the time to read this material carefully, and you will find it easier to locate and use the information you need!

This reference section is arranged alphabetically. The reference pages for the methods and properties of classes are alphabetized by their full names, which include the names of the classes that define them. For example, if you want to read about the submit( ) method of the Form class, you would look under "Form.submit," not just "submit."


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