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About You

Client-side scripting and DHTML are such broad and deep subjects that virtually every reader coming to this book will have different experience levels, expectations, and perhaps, fears. No book could hope to anticipate every possible question from someone wishing to use these technologies in their web pages. Therefore, this book makes some assumptions about readers at various stages of their experience:

  • You have at least rudimentary knowledge of client-side JavaScript concepts. You know how to put scripts into a web page — where <script> tags go as well as how to link an external .js file into the current page. You also know what variables, strings, numbers, Booleans, arrays, and objects are—even if you don’t necessarily remember the precise way they’re used with the JavaScript language. This book is not a tutorial, but you can learn a lot from reading the introductions to each chapter and the discussions following each solution.


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